Snoop Dogg has suffered a second heart-wrenching family tragedy within the space of a year.

The popular rapper lost his brother Bing Worthington earlier this week at the relatively young age of 44.

“@badabing33 always made us laugh 💙🙏🏾😢 u bac with moms,” Snoop Dogg said in an Instagram video. On a photo of Worthington with their mother Beverly Tate, who died in 2021 he wrote, “@badabing33 back wit momma.”

The California rapper, 52, is going through a terrible time in his personal life after his 24-year-old daughter Cori Broadus suffered a “severe stroke” earlier this year.

“She’s doing a little bit better,” the rapper, 52, told People in January. Cori, Snoop Dogg’s 24-year-old daughter with wife Shante Broadus, also provided an update last month.

“They took me off heaprin tonight (blood thinner) & most likely can go home tomorrow,” she captioned an Instagram story sent from her hospital bed.

Following his death, several of Snoop’s friends expressed their genuine condolences on social media.

“Stay strong big bro,” Tyrese Gibson commented on Snoop’s tribute to Bing. “I’m sorry this happened….. Prayers love and light to you and your family.”

“Sorry for all your Loss Brother, ” said Tamar Braxton.

Bing Worthington was not just Snoop Dogg’s brother, he was a prominent player in the music industry, having worked closely with Snoop as a roadie before becoming his tour manager, the Daily Caller reported.

“Worthington moved to Canada and opened up a music studio and production company as part of a merger between his organization, Dogg Records, and the infamous Canadian hip hop label, Urban Heat Legends, according to TMZ,” DC reported, adding, “Snoop Dogg did not indicate what led to his brother’s death.”

After making a music video with a representation of Donald Trump dressed as a clown being assassinated, the rapper appears to have changed his tune about the former president.

“Donald Trump? He ain’t done nothing wrong to me,” Snoop told the Sunday Times
in January. “He has done only great things for me. He pardoned Michael Harris.”

“I have nothing but love and respect for Donald Trump.”


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