Snoop Dogg's Son Cordell Broadus Leaves UCLA Football Team Again
For the second time in his on-and-off-again relationship with UCLA's football team, Cordell Broadus, Snoop Dogg's son, has called it quits.
Bruins head coach Jim Mora told reporters after practice on Monday (Aug. 8) that Broadus was no longer with the football program and that "he is going to pursue other passions in his life," according to the UCLA scout site Bruin Report Online and reps for the UCLA Bruins who confirmed he was not on the roster to Billboard.
Cordell Broadus no longer with the #UCLA program, says Jim Mora. ... Knows Broadus has other passions in his life.— Bruin Report Online (@BruinReport) August 8, 2016
Like a case of deja vu, the four-star receiver didn't report to UCLA's camp in San Bernardino, Calif., last August, when Mora had said that Broadus decided to pursue "other passions in his life." Broadus then rejoined the team in March.
The Bishop Gorman high school alum's passions could include a new web series he teased on Twitter over the weekend. "I can't wait to show you all what we've been working on," Broadus tweeted. He also shared a show description that read: "Dream BIG is an American talk show web series hosted by Cordell Broadus. His purpose is to inspire youth across the country to fearlessly chase after dreams despite life's many obstacles. The show will feature a different celebrity guest every week who is actively making a difference in the world, and can serve as role model to youth everywhere." Broadus has also expressed interest in filmmaking and designing men's underwear.
Billboard has reached out to a rep for Snoop Dogg for additional comment.