Cori Broadus, the 24-year-old daughter of famous rapper Snoop Dogg, has revealed that she is back at home after battling for her health in the hospital.
The 24-year-old daughter of the rapper, and his wife Shante Broadus, revealed last Thursday that she suffered a severe stroke and had to be hospitalized.
However, on Tuesday, she updated fans that she would “likely” be able to return home in the next 24 hours.
Then on Wednesday, Cori shared a snap of a living room, featuring a banner that read “Welcome Home.”
She accompanied her post with three excited emojis that had tongues sticking out on the snap.
Prior to her discharge from hospital, Snoop had revealed that the CT scan of her chest came back “normal” and that she was finally going home.
He wrote, “I can prolly cry,” she wrote on her Instagram story. “Omgggg thank you thank you for the continuous prayers, love etc.”
She also reposted a throwback picture that her mother had shared. The snap featured Cori as a child, as well as her mother Shanté and aunt Sharelle Fuller.
“Brb going to cry my eyes out really quick,” Cori wrote in her caption.
“To The Strongest Person I Know. My Baby. My Warrior,” Shanté replied under the image.
She added, “Honored God Chose Me To Be A Vessel To Bring You Into The World. My Princess 👑 💜 💜.”
Snoop speaks on Cori’s health
On Tuesday, Snoop Dogg also gave an update on his daughter’s health at the Los Angeles premiere of The Underdoggs.
He said, “She’s doing a little bit better.”
Asked if his daughter’s stroke had put life in perspective for him, he replied, “Yeah, yeah. Something like that.”
Cori’s health scare comes amid a long-term journey with lupus after she was diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder at age 6.