Snoop Dogg's Wife Shante Broadus Flaunts Curves While Dancing in a New Video
Snoop Dogg's wife, Shante Broadus, displayed sensual choreography during a solo dance session at the private dance studio for her brand "Boss Lady Entertainment."
Proving just how opposites can attract to create the perfect union, the couple married in 1997 and had three children together during their marriage.
Snoop isn't the only family member who has a passion for the entertainment industry. Shante has a business called "Boss Lady Entrainment."
According to Madame Noire, in 2010, she launched a website for her brand; to showcase industry news that highlights new artists, promotes her family businesses, and runs a sound and dance studio.
The dance studio that Shante established has been the centerpiece of many of her weekly posts. It has a custom logo painted on the back wall walls along with images of Michael Jackson and Beyoncé for inspiration.
She is normally joined by friends during her dance workouts, but lately, she has been going at it alone. Recently, Shante showed off sensual choreography to Summer Walker's song "Body."
In the video, Shante was dressed in an all-black ensemble, complete with a "Boss Lady Entertainment" t-shirt, leggings, and matching sneakers.
Fans praised the mother of three for her impressive dance moves. One fan pleaded, "I wanna come dance it out with you. You be in the zone." Another fan expressed their complete admiration for her.
It is reported, in September 2019, Shante shared an emotional video of herself in the studio after a dance session, singing "The Love We Had" by The Dells in honor of her grandson, Kai Love, who has died days earlier.
According to Today, Shante's eldest son, Corde Broadus, confirmed the death of his third children and said that he died at ten days old.
Corde revealed that his son passed away while in his arms in a specialist intensive care unit. However, the family did not disclose the cause of death for the newborn.