June 24, 2020
Rapper, Snoop Dogg, was in awe of how fast his little girl, Cori Broadus, had grown into a young woman as he commemorated her 21st birthday on social media.
Snoop Dogg celebrated his youngest child, Cori Broadus with an adorable Instagram post. The celebrity dad shared some throwback snapshots while he cheered Cori on her big day.
One of the posts showed him holding a little Cori "Choc" Broadus in his hands, as they shared a father-daughter moment. The second post was a more recent snapshot of the rapper and his daughter sitting together at an event. The doting father captioned:
"Look how u grew up. Happy 21st @princessbroadus."
Fans were ecstatic as they joined the award-winning rapper in celebrating his daughter. Many followers gushed over Cori and wished her well on her big day.
Back in 2017, Snoop could not contain his joy as Cori Broadus hit an academic milestone. During her high school graduation ceremony, the "Gin & Juice" rapper showed her off on Instagram by sharing several photos and videos of the event.
The happy father gave fans a glimpse of the moment Cori walked towards the podium to receive her high school diploma. Her family cut out decorations of her face for the occasion as they let her know they were proud of her achievements.
Over the years, Cori Broadus had grown from being the little girl who appeared on her family's reality show to a sweet young lady who firmly believes in self-love and flaunts her beauty to the delight of fans.
The Hip hop heiress once took fans by surprise as she debuted her big hair chop in a now-removed post on Instagram.
After her hair debut, Broadus shared some thoughtful words with her fans; she told them not to shy away from trying "new things." Another of her show-off had her jovially mentioning that she should have been cast in "Black Panther."
Growing up was not all that rosy for Cori Broadus. At the age of six, the upcoming R&B star was diagnosed with Lupus, which causes inflammation in various parts of the body.
Cori experienced a drastic loss of weight, but as doctors started administering medication, she began to recover until she became healthy again.
These days, Cori is following in her father's footsteps. She, however, chose a softer genre as she opted for Rhythm and Blues instead of HipHop. She already has three singles underway.