Snoop Dogg's Daughter Cori Broadus Flaunts Her Natural Beauty in a Blue Tracksuit and Pink Sunglasses
Snoop Dogg's daughter Cori looks terrific as she poses in a blue tracksuit and pink sunglasses. Check out the cool snaps now.
Snoop Dogg's daughter, Cori Broadus has shared stunning photos of herself flaunting her natural beauty to her Instagram fans.
The model shared the snaps of her posing in a blue tracksuit that showcased her killer curves while rocking some very cool pink sunglasses.
Broadus embraced her natural look when she first shaved her head in 2018, sharing a photo of herself and telling her fans not to be afraid of trying new things.
The look was a hit and the Fashion Nova Curve model looks fantastic with short hair with her recent photo being captioned:
"Random... but any advice for bad ass migraines? Also love my glasses and 2 piece set from @fashionnovacurve."
After Broadus revealed her look, she shared a stunning photo of herself, cheekily suggesting that she should have been cast for "Black Panther."
The model is Snoop Dogg's youngest child with his other kids, including Corde, Cordell, and Julian Corrie Broadus.
The star shares inspirational messaged for her followers.
Broadus regularly helps promote self-love and acceptance, writing in a now-deleted Instagram post that she had grown up thinking her dark skin was ugly.
However, the star now shares inspirational messages for her followers, reminding them that they are beautiful. In a recent post she told them:
"Be Free, Be You at all times? @fashionnovacurve fashionnovapartner."
Broadus is hip hop royalty. Her father made a name for himself in the early 90s after Dr. Dre produced his first album "Doggystyle."
The album quickly made its way to the top of the Billboard hip-hop and Top 200 charts, with "Cypress Hill's" B-Real saying that Dr. Dre gave the rapper his iconic sound.
Snoop Dogg, Cordell Broadus, and Cori Broadus attend City of Hope: 15th Annual Songs of Hope | Photo: Getty Images
The star let his fans get a glimpse into his family life when in 2007, he appeared on the E! reality show "Snoop Dogg's Father Hood."
The series featured his wife Shante and their children and gave an insight into what the hip-hop legend's life was like.