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Snoop Dogg’s Daughter Details Warning Signs Of Recent Stroke

The warning signs of her stroke included blurry vision, nausea, fatigue and ‘terrible headache pain’ on the right side of her head.

Snoop Dogg’s daughter Cori Broadus has opened up about the warning signs that preceded the severe stroke she suffered earlier this month.

The stroke, which initially left Broadus hospitalized, moved her to educate others about the concerning symptoms she experienced ahead of her health scare. These included blurry vision, nausea, fatigue, and ‘terrible headache pain’ on the right side of her head, she noted in a Jan. 29 Instagram story.

“Listen to your body foreal,” the 24-year-old daughter of Snoop and his wife, Shanté Broadus, shared with her followers.

Last week, after scans came back normal, Broadus could finally head home and wrote, “Welcome Home” under a snap of her living room. Her thankful mother also posted a throwback photo of herself with her young daughter. “To The Strongest Person I Know. My Baby. My Warrior…Honored God Chose Me To Be A Vessel To Bring You Into The World. My Princess,” Shanté captioned the post. Broadus replied, “Brb going to cry my eyes out really quick.”

Snoop also gave an update on his daughter’s improving health. “She’s doing a little bit better,” the 52-year-old rapper told People. When asked if the stroke gave him perspective, he said, “Yeah, yeah. Something like that.”

BLACK ENTERPRISE previously noted that Broadus’ recent stroke comes amid her battle with lupus, which she was diagnosed with at age 6. Last April, she discussed her struggle with the autoimmune disease and how cyberbullies have affected her physical and mental health. Snoop’s daughter shared that her family has been extremely supportive as she’s endured depression and suicidal thoughts that have resulted from online bullying.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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