Snoop Dogg's daughter Princess Broadus flaunts her nose piercing in a new selfie she posted on Instagram.
Princess Broadus is a style icon in her own right, often sharing her OOTDs with fans through Instagram. Now, she decided to highlight one particular statement piece that she's had for a while now, and that's her nose piercing.
The only daughter of Snoop posted a new selfie of herself while sitting in front of a car, showing off her silver nose piercing and natural short curly hair. Fans made sure to compliment her for her look, especially her "natural beauty."
HER LUPUS DIAGNOSIS
Years ago, Princess was diagnosed with Lupus when she was only 11-years-old. At the time, both Snoop and Shante were not well-aware of the disease that affects millions of people around the world.
The disease attacks one's immune system and can cause heart disease, kidney disease, and stroke. At the time of her diagnosis, Snoop and Shante hit a rough patch in their relationship and were headed for divorce.
STAYING STRONG TOGETHER
Hoping to care for their child and realizing the importance of staying together through it all, they did not push through with the divorce and they worked towards saving their marriage.
On her dad's show, "Snoop Dogg's Father Hood," it is revealed that she got her nickname from Snoop's love for his daughter's dark skin.
AN ASPIRING MUSICIAN
Now, Broadus is doing much better and is making a name for herself in the music industry. Princess, also known by her nickname "Choc," has embraced her skin color which led to her nickname.
Snoop Dogg and his children attend a red carpet event together | Source: Getty Images
She uses the name as her professional name as well, recently releasing a song featuring Kamaiyah titled "New Phone, Who Dis?" On her dad's show, "Snoop Dogg's Father Hood," it is revealed that she got her nickname from Snoop's love for his daughter's dark skin.
On top of her music and fashion updates on Instagram, she recently added a new member to their growing family, and that's her dog Charli. Her adorable dog has furry chocolate-colored fur, making him the perfect companion for the original "Choc."