August 23, 2020
Snoop Dogg's daughter, Cori, recently quickened a lot of pulses on social media when she shared a picture update showcasing her curly hair and gorgeous curves.
The 21-year-old model recently took to her Instagram page with a stunning picture of herself dressed in a blue pair of pants coupled with an equally blue buttoned-down top, which had the word "Choc" emblazoned across the back.
She captioned the post with the same word, "Choc," which refers to her newly chosen stage name for her budding singing career.
Fans took to the comments section with compliments for the curly-haired singer who has continuously been making headlines for a few years now. Her mother, Shante Broadus also pitched in with a hilarious comment that betrayed her pride. She wrote:
"Looking like yo [sic] mama."
Cori is one of four kids born to famous rapper Snoop Dogg and his highschool sweetheart, Shante. She is his only daughter and his love for her is well known.
In 2017, when she strutted across the stage to get her high school diploma, the talented rapper could easily have passed for the happiest man on earth.
The video was at par and was generally well-received.
He shared dozens of photos and videos of Cori, who graduated from Ramon C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts in Los Angeles.
The first of the photos showed a beaming Cori just before she crossed the stage to receive her diploma. Aside from the images, Snoop also shared several video clips documenting the event.
In one, he could be seen jamming to George Benson's "On Broadway" while he showed off the commencement program.
In another, he captured the proud moment the class of 2017 officially became graduates while he danced to "This Is How We Do It" by Montell Jordan.
As the ceremony ended, Cori expressed her annoyance at the extra attention and was even caught rolling her eyes at her proud father.
After high school, Snoop did not relent and kept on supporting his daughter's every endeavor. In 2019, he showered her with love and support by sharing a video of her very first performance on his Instagram page which has more than 50 million followers.
The footage he shared captured Cori, who goes by the stage name, "Choc" vocalizing along with backup singers and a live band at Tha Juice Joint in Los Angeles.
Seige Monstracity and Terrace Martin produced the song which pays homage to Brandy's 1995 hit song on the "Waiting to Exhale" soundtrack. The video was at par and was generally well-received. The apple certainly did not fall far from the tree!