Snoop Dogg’s Daughter Hospitalized After Suffering “Severe” Stroke

The 24-year-old shared the news to her Instagram Stories using a photo of her hospital room.

Snoop Dogg‘s daughter Cori Broadus has been hospitalized after suffering, what she described, as a “severe stroke.” The 24-year-old shared the news to her Instagram Stories using a photo of her hospital room. She followed up with another post that read, “Like I’m only 24 what did I do in the past to deserve all this.” She also admitted she “started breaking down crying” when the doctors explained to her what happened.

Broadus didn’t provide any details on what led to her stroke or her recovery, but she was diagnosed with lupus at age 6. Lupus, an autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system mistakes healthy tissues as foreign invaders and attacks them rather than targeting the bad bacteria and viruses, causes inflammation that can affect the joints, skin, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart and lungs. It can increase the risk for a stroke.

Broadus raised concerns in 2021 following a suicide attempt. She revealed she was a constant victim of bullying over her looks and she simply got overwhelmed.

“People just always talk about me, ‘You’re fat, you’re ugly, you’re dark, you’re this, you’re that.’ And I used to cry,” she said at the time. “At 13, I was ready to die. Just so sad, crying to my mom like, ‘I’m so ugly, why did you have me? Why do I look like this? Why don’t I look like my brothers?’ It was just so many why why why’s.

“Just because you have money and just because you’re able to do certain things that other people can’t do, that doesn’t mean you don’t have a heart, a mind, a soul. I go through it just like everybody else. It don’t matter cause my dad is rich, I drive a Toyota Corolla and I am content.”

Speaking to PEOPLE last September, Broadus opened up about her health issues and her holistic approach to treatment.

“I stopped taking all of my medication like five months ago,” Broadus said. “I’m just doing everything natural, all types of herbs, sea moss, teas. I started working out, drinking lots of water. So now I think my body’s like, OK, this is the new program and she’s getting used to it. I’ve had medication since I was 6 years old, depending on these drugs all my life. So I wanted better for myself. I wanted to change because it just became a lot. I’m only 24 years old, taking 10 to 12 pills every single day. So I kind of just went cold turkey.”