Snoop Dogg’s Son Reveals He Only Played Football To Please Father

Snoop Dogg’s son Cordell Broadus shocked the college sports nation, as well as the realm of Hip Hop, after he decided to call his football career quits to focus on filmmaking.

The younger Broadus opened up on his reasoning for leaving UCLA’s prestigious program when wishing his father a happy birthday in an IG post. He posted a touching image of himself embracing his father with an equally sentimental caption, reading, “I played football for my father because I thought that was the only way he would love me & be apart of my life. It took me 12 years to realize he loves Cordell Broadus the person not Cordell Broadus the football player. The best day of my life was when I heard those exact words; I love you dad hope you have a great birthday.”

Snoop let the world know he accepted his son’s decision to quit Jim Mora’s UCLA Bruins program after taking to IG to post a photo of himself tying his son’s dress shoes with a caption, reading, “Lace ya boots 4 tha game of life Love u son always have always will…. Broadus Boyz.”

Head coach Jim Mora issued a statement confirming Cordell’s decision.

“Cordell informed me yesterday that he has decided to pursue other passions in his life — in particular his love of film through his company Film School Productions,” Mora said. “Cordell is an amazing young man with many talents, and we wish him nothing but the best as he continues to pursue his degree at UCLA.”

Broadus was a four-star wide receiver recruit out of Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas who was rated No. 26 at his position in the class of 2015, according to SB Nation. The 6’3, 185-pound athlete chose the Bruins over his father’s favorite team USC Trojans, Sports Illustrated reports.

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