Snoop Dogg and Family Mourn Death of Grandson

Snoop Dogg Grandson Dead Kai Love Dies

Two days after announcing the tragic news that his son Kai Love had died just 10 days after his birth, Corde Broadus shared a powerful message about how his baby boy will continue to be a force of love in his life.

Snoop's oldest child Corde Broadus said his son died on Thursday, September 25, barely ten days after he was born on September 15. "My son Kai brought so much love and positivity into this world", he wrote on the social network, alongside a video of his 11-month old daughter, Eleven Love, giving her baby brother a kiss in the hospital.

Corde has not yet revealed his son's cause of death, nor further details surrounding his passing.

Broadus reportedly wrote in the comments that Kai died in his arms, and added that life is attractive when you view it for what it is. The 47-year-old rapper shared a video of a text conversation revealing that he'd turned to his faith during this hard time. He also noted, "Life is handsome when you view it for what it is". Snoop has not commented on the death.

The rapper's wife, Shante Broadus, posted a video on to Instagram which she captioned: "To My Fifth G Baby Kai Love 9-15-19/9-25-19 #TheLoveWeHadStaysOnMyMind #MamaTae". "This life is 100% your responsibility".

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