Snoop Dogg’s 24-Year-Old Daughter Suffers ‘Severe Stroke’

 Rapper Snoop Dogg's 24-year-old daughter, Cori Broadus, said this week that she was hospitalized after suffering a "severe stroke."

Broadus made the announcement on social media Thursday, including photos from his hospital bed.

"I was seriously shocked this morning. When they told me I started crying," she wrote. "Like I'm only 24, what did I do in my past to get all this."

No details were shared about what caused her stroke or whether she had an ischemic stroke, which occurs when a blood clot or other particles block blood vessels in the brain; Or if he had a hemorrhagic stroke, which occurs when an artery in the brain leaks blood or bursts, according to the CDC.

Corey Broadus was diagnosed with lupus, an autoimmune disease that targets healthy tissues and organs throughout the body, when she was only six years old.

The rapper's wife Shante Broadus said in 2010, "Nobody could tell me what was wrong." "They took a lot of blood and said she had old-person cells. They gave her all kinds of [medications]. But she went downhill."

Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., also said at the time, "She's the toughest little thing I've ever met." “She's on the honor roll, playing volleyball and softball, living life. He has all this happiness. In the beginning, lupus was winning. But now it is blank.

In 2021, Corey Broadus revealed that he has experienced severe mental health struggles due to his illness, including a suicide attempt.

Aged 21 at the time, she said she became frustrated by comparing her life to others and feeling like her struggles weren't important to others, according to People.

“Just because my dad is the way he is, doesn't mean I don't get sad, doesn't mean I don't want things or don't feel things. I don't know how to explain it,'' she said. “I am always sad. I have always been sad. I feel like I've been through a lot."

“I'm sick, I'm sick. This is a lot The body is hurting, you are just in pain, and you are so small that you say, 'What is happening to me? What's going on?'' he continued. "And then you look at your brothers and your other family members like 'Why me?' Not saying I wish they had it, but why me? Why am I going through this? Why did God choose me?"


  1. Two points: "When they told me I started crying," she wrote. "Like I'm only 24, what did I do in my past to get all this."

    Was this vaxx related? I get that she has been sick for years, but did she take the jab? That certainly ups her chance of a stroke.

    Second point: I suspect this article is another AI production. Two of the hallmarks (and I have seen these a LOT with articles at libraryhistt site) is that the articles seem sort of jerky. The flow from one paragraph to another unnatural and seems similar to a cut-and-past essay by a middle schooler. A second tell-tale is the improper mixing of pronouns. "She" become "he" and vice versa. I have seen this type or error multiple times in libraryhistt articles. It is the sort of error a human rarely makes, but one which an AI program would not care about.


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