Check Out Snoop Dogg's Wife Shante's Fit Figure Dancing in a Video after Celebrating 49th B-Day
Fans praised Shante Broadus for her graceful dance moves in a recent Instagram post: “Love these dance videos.”
Days may have passed since Shante Broadus’ 49th birthday, but the celebrant still seems to be in the mood to groove as she took the dance floor with smooth moves.
The woman behind Boss Lady Entertainment often shares short clips of herself practicing choreographed dances in her company’s studio, making her recent post no different.
In the post, Snoop Dogg’s wife dressed comfortably in a black tee, printed leggings, and sneakers while grooving to Wizkid’s “Essence,” alongside two backup dancers.
Several fans praised the businesswoman for maintaining a fit figure and bringing positivity to others through her posts. “You look amazing,” one comment read. “Got me wanting to dance.”
Shante’s post comes a few days after her 49th birthday, which her husband celebrated with a sweet Instagram video of the rapper hugging his wife from behind while swaying to the music.
This year, the young talent released her new EP single called “21,” that featured her new haircut in the cover art.
Snoop and Shante share a love story that dates back to their high school days, long before the “Drop It Like It’s Hot” singer rose to immense fame. On June 14, 1977, they took their relationship up a notch and tied the knot at The Ritz Carlton Hotel.
Together, they share three beautiful children, Corde, Cordell, and Cori. Like any other couple, Snoop and Shante faced several challenges during their marriage, including Cori’s lupus diagnosis.
At that time, the couple was on the brink of divorce due to Snoop’s infidelities, coupled with many other problems. However, their daughter’s health brought them closer and played a part in their reconciliation.
Thankfully, Cori is much better and began following her father’s footsteps in the music industry. This year, the young talent released her new EP single called “21,” that featured her new haircut in the cover art.
Cori has been releasing tracks since 2018, which is fully supported by her proud father, who recently announced a new album, “Take It From A G,” set to come out in December.
The new drop follows Snoop's 2019 release of “I Wanna Thank Me” and several other previous award-winning albums and singles. With the rapper’s guidance, it is no doubt his daughter will soon be a star.