Snoop Dogg’s 24-Year-Old Daughter Faces ‘Severe’ Stroke, Sending Shockwaves Through Fans

Snoop’s daughter, 24, suffered a “severe stroke” on Thursday morning.

“I suffered a severe stroke in the morning.” Cori Broadus posted this morning on Instagram that she began to cry when told.

She added, “I’m only 24. What did I do to deserve this?” in another post shared with her 655,000 followers on social media.

Snoops Dogg and his wife Shante Broadus share Cori. The couple married in 1997, and the rapper divorced in 2004. They then reunited three years later.

Our request for comment from Snoop and Shante was not immediately answered by a representative.

Cori was diagnosed with Lupus by doctors at the age of six. According to the Lupus Foundation of America, Lupus is an autoimmune chronic disease that causes pain and inflammation in different parts of the body.

Cori revealed in September that she has switched to an “all-natural” holistic approach for her Lupus treatment. In an interview with People magazine, the rapper’s daughter said that she is doing “better than ever before”.

Cori said, “I stopped all my medications about five months ago.” “I am only using natural products, herbs, sea moss, and teas.”

She added, “I began working out and drinking lots of water.” “Now I think that my body is getting used to the new program and that she’s becoming accustomed to it.”

Cori turned to holistic medicine after feeling “like I was going crazy” from her medication regimen.

“I have been on medication since I was 6 years old and have depended on these drugs my entire life.” “I wanted to do better for myself,” the woman told the outlet. “I wanted to make a change because I was taking so many pills.” “I am only 24 and take 10-12 pills every day.” “I kind of went cold turkey.”