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Snoop Dogg's Daughter Cori Broadus Suffered a Severe Stroke While Battling Lupus


Cori, Snoop and Shante'. Photo/Cori Broadus via Instagram

Snoop Dogg and his wife Shante's daughter Cori Broadus announced that she's hospitalized after suffering a stroke. Unfortunately, Cori has been battling severe health issues for some time. Last year, at 24 years old, she sat down with PEOPLE about her battle with lupus. The rap star's daughter explained that she changed her treatment methods for the disease and now uses all-natural products; she explained, "It just became a lot. I'm only 24 years old, taking 10 to 12 pills every single day. Cori also shared that she's lived with lupus since age 6.


After sharing in her previous interview that the natural medicines have significantly helped her condition, it was a shock to hear of her recent health emergency. She told her followers on Instagram: "I had a severe stroke this AM. I started breaking down crying when they told me. I'm only 24. What did I do in my past to deserve all of this?" The unfortunate answer is that she did nothing to deserve the poor health she's living with. About 1.5 million people live with this autoimmune condition, which is reportedly increasing among African Americans. According to World Lupus Day, many people with lupus have strokes, cardiovascular disease, disfiguring rashes, and painful joints. Broadus also explained to PEOPLE that before switching to holistic medicine, the disease took such a toll on her mentally and physically that she attempted suicide. Yet, her parents and brothers are reportedly a very strong support system.


Cori Broadus. Photo/Instagram

Cori has been providing updates and thank-yous to everyone concerned about her on social media—even resharing posts that others made about her, "I love you sm." She appears to be a fighter! We wish her well and hope she has a full recovery. To follow this story and other news, click the link to subscribe to Volume 82.

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