Snoop Dogg’s Daughter Cori Broadus Admits Attempting Suicide
Snoop Dogg’s daughter is opening up about her mental health struggles and recent suicide attempt.
On May 16, Cori Broadus confessed she’d recently been at such a low point in her life, she tried ending it.
The 21-year-old wrote, “The last few weeks my mental has not been so great. At one point I tried to end my life but you & my family really give me a purpose to live & helped me realize life is much more than materialistic things & you gotta just keep pushing through the bullsh*t. THANK YOU… #mentalhealthawareness.”
May is Mental Health Awareness Month.
Broadus – now considered a survivor – is best known as a rapper named CHOC who promotes body positivity and self-love. She has also collaborated with her father as a rapper and appeared on the reality series “Snoop Dogg’s Father Hood.”
She went into detail about the suicide attempt in a follow-up video.
Cori says, “I think it starts from my childhood. I grew up with two light-skinned brothers. And I was the only chocolate one. I was overweight. I got lupus at six so I was overweight from being on steroids. That automatically messed with my health. I’ve always been sad and depressed because of my health…You’re just in pain and you don’t know what’s going on. And you look at your brothers and other family members and you’re like, ‘Why? Why me?’”
Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr., has three other children, including Cordell, Corde and Julian.
Through tears, Cori said, “Sometimes I just feel like I don’t have a purpose here. I deal with so much health stuff and I feel like people don’t really feel me, like I’m being dramatic. I’ve been through so much sh*t. I can’t even physically tell y’all. Because it’s too much.”
She took pills and was saying goodbye to people. An aunt who was able to track down her location and room number before she passed out from the medication.
She said when paramedics were in her room trying to revive her.
After an overnight evaluation, Broadus said she had to check into a mental facility.