Snoop Dogg’s Daughter Cori Broadus Returns Home From Hospital After Severe Stroke
Snoop Dogg’s daughter is continuing her recovery journey at home. Cori Broadus was released from the hospital on Jan. 24 following a sudden health scare. The 24-year-old announced the encouraging update on her Instagram story, telling followers that a new CT scan of her chest had come back normal, giving her the green light to return home with her family. “I can prolly cry omgggg,” she wrote in one post, thanking fans for their “continuous love” and prayers. Hours later, Cori added a photo of a “welcome home” banner awaiting her arrival. Her mother, Shanté Broadus, shared gratitude on Instgram with a throwback family photo of Cori as a child, “To The Strongest Person I Know. My Baby. My Warrior. Honored God Chose Me To Be A Vessel To Bring You Into The World. My Princess,” she wrote in her caption. Cori’s happy news comes days after the told fans that she’d had “a severe stroke” that morning and “started breaking down crying” when doctors told her the news. Cori and her family have been open about her health over the years after her lupus diagnosis at just 6 years old.