Snoop Dogg’s 44-Year-Old Brother Dies One Month After Rapper’s Daughter Suffers Stroke

Snoop Dogg’s 44-year-old brother Bing Worthington has suddenly passed away.

Rapper Calvin Broadus, AKA, Snoop Dogg, made the announcement on social media on Friday.

The cause of death is unclear.

TMZ reported:

Snoop Dogg’s brother Bing Worthington has died … with his famous sibling commemorating him on social media.

Snoop posted a couple times on Instagram to honor his younger brother’s passing … sharing a pic of them in a dressing room and also posting a clip of him and Bing hanging out with their other brother, Jerry, in a cemetery.

SD wrote in the caption for the clip, “always made us laugh u bac with moms.”

Bing — who was Snoop Dogg’s half-brother on his mother’s side — worked with Snoop over the years, starting as a roadie on Snoop’s tour before taking over as tour manager.

Snoop Dogg recently had a change of heart and shared with reporters that he has “nothing but love” for Donald Trump these days.

The 52-year-old rapper recently announced he quit smoking pot.

“I have an announcement. I’m giving up smoke. I know what you’re thinking: ‘Snoop, smoke is kind of your whole thing,’” he says in ad. “But I’m done with it. Done with the coughing and my clothes smelling all sticky icky. I’m going smokeless.”

Bing Worthington’s death comes barely one month after Snoop Dogg’s daughter Cori Broadus suffered a stroke.

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