Cori Broadus opened up about a health scare via her Instagram Stories on Thursday (Jan. 18).
The 24-year-old daughter of Snoop Dogg shared photos from a hospital bed, writing, “I had a severe stroke this am. I started breaking down crying when they told me.”
In a follow-up Story, she wrote, “I’m only 24. What did I do in my past to deserve all of this?”
Broadus was diagnosed with lupus when she was six years old, and “the risk of stroke is 4-times to 8-times higher in lupus patients, due to inflammation influencing the tendency of blood to clot and vasculitis stiffening the blood vessels,” according to Lupus Corner, though it is not immediately known if that is what caused the stroke.
At the time of publication, Snoop has not publicly shared anything about his daughter’s health scare. In lighter news, the rapper is joining NBCUniversal to report on the Olympic Games in Paris this summer. The star will be onsite at the event to deliver “regular reports” on the Olympic Primetime Show beginning July 26. He previously worked with NBCUniversal to report for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, which took place in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I grew up watching the Olympics and am thrilled to see the incredible athletes bring their A-game to Paris. It’s a celebration of skill, dedication, and the pursuit of greatness,” Snoop said in a statement. “We’re going to have some amazing competitions and, of course, I will be bringing that Snoop style to the mix. It’s going to be the most epic Olympics ever, so stay tuned, and keep it locked. Let’s elevate, celebrate, and make these games unforgettable, smoke the competition, and may the best shine like gold. Peace and Olympic LOVE, ya dig?”
The post “Cori Broadus, Snoop Dogg’s Daughter, Suffers ‘Severe Stroke’ at 24 Years Old” by Rania Aniftos was published on 01/18/2024 by www.billboard.com