July 05, 2020
American rapper Snoop Dogg's daughter, Cori Broadus, stunned in white swimsuit during a beach outing.
Cori Broadus is looking good! The youngster took to Instagram to share a stunning picture of herself, which she took while she was on the beach.
The swimsuit, which she paired with a gold necklace that featured a cross-shaped pendant, was a low cut one that showed off Cori's cleavage and her neck tattoo. The tattoo on her shoulder was also visible in the picture.
Snoop Dogg and Cori Broadus attend the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum, August 25, 2014. | Photo: Getty Images
The tattoos were not the only thing that drew attention to her upper body. Cori's skin was covered in a shimmery gold highlighter. She rocked her low cut, which she debuted in 2018.
" ? @mirrorjunky Swimsuit: @myraswim?"
Cori also has another tattoo on her face, but it seems to have been covered up by her makeup. The tattoo which reads "Belle" was first seen when she showed it off on her Instagram page back in February.
Her decision to pursue music was probably informed by her high school.
The unusual location of the tattoo led to a lot of criticism for Cori, as many people did not approve of it. Cori seemed to be happy with her tattoo and her decision to get it on her face is not too surprising as her father also does intriguing things like her.
Cori is like Snoop in more than one way. She is also a musician like him, and she goes by the stage name, CHOC. Cori released a song called "Daddy's Girl," and the music video featured her dad.
Cori has another song titled "Love Me For Me," and it meant a lot to Cori. According to her, it was through this song that she got to write about her experiences. She released the visuals for the single back in 2018.
Her decision to pursue music was probably informed by her high school, as it was a school of visual and performing arts.
Apart from the happy days, the duo has also had low points in their lives. One of the sad points came when Cori was diagnosed with lupus at the age of 11. The experience was a tough one for her, but she managed to pull through.