CORDELL Rebels: SNOOP’s Son CORDELL BROADUS Quits UCLA Football Team – Was This An Act Of Father-Son Rebellion?



Snoop Dogg’s son Cordell Broadus, four-star receiver prospect from Las Vegas’ Bishop Gorman, would have been an incoming freshman this year at UCLA but hadn’t reported to the college’s fall camp in San Bernardino which, reportedly, started this past Monday.

Broadus as a no-show and hadn’t left any notes to toll his absence, or plans to attend since camp started. He did however, attend UCLA’s summer session which means he will be able to remain enrolled and attend UCLA as a student if he wishes to.


According sources, there was no other reason than the fact that football was something Snoop had always wanted him to do and Cordell pretty much just “wanted to do his own thing.”

For many years since his boys were toddlers practically, alongside being the rapper “Snoop” that we’ve all grown to know, he’d always been heavily involved in youth sports around California by which his kids played as well.

Fast forward.

Two grown boys turned to men later, Snoop could be seen