Check Out Snoop Dogg's Daughter Cori as She Flaunts Her Curves in a Stylish Pink Ensemble
Snoop Dogg's daughter, Cori, was all shades of gorgeous in her new Instagram show-off where she donned a classy outfit, adding a sultry pose to back it up. She shared a witty caption:
"Paint this masterpiece."
Cori's picture looked right out of a photoshoot session, as the white background contrasted with her pink outfit. The young adult's ensemble was a two-piece that included a hoodie jacket and matching flared pants.
The youngster spotted her short hair styled into sporting waves while spicing things up with a large pair of gold hoops. Cori posed in a squat position with her backside to the camera, slightly tilting her gaze to the lenses.
Many fans in the caption fell in love with her daring look, showing their approval and gushing over her. Stars like Brandy, and her star mom, Shante Broadus, also showed their love.
Cori, 22, first gave fans some style inspiration when she debuted her bald head, ditching weaves, wigs, braids, and all protective styles. The youngster showed that she was confident in her skin and acing every hair type.
Cori shared that she was happy she became comfortable in her skin.
Cori, an R&B singer, shared now-deleted photos where she displayed her glowing melanin and contagious smiles for the camera. Cori was quite goofy as she noted that she was perfect to be a cast member on "Black Panther."
The starlet's bald-hair choice came as part of her thoughtful message to fans on body positivity. Since she came of age, Cori has been speaking on the importance of body positivity and self-love.
In another of her media shares, the hip-hop heiress broke the internet, showing off her body in a racy ensemble. The young lady who grew up on her dad's reality TV show, "SnoopDogg's Fatherhood," showed fans that she was no longer that little girl.
At 17, Cori's self-awareness was impressive, and she would often take to social media, sharing thought-provoking messages about self-love to other young African-American girls.
The star once shared her experience about colorism, noting how much she felt insecure about her color while growing up. Cori revealed that she was happy she became comfortable in her skin.