Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg, born in 1971, is an American rapper, actor and record producer. He is known for his melodic flow, also made so by his vocal timbre, for the lyrics that tend to give him a gangster image and for his slang, invented by Frankie Smith and The Gap Band in the early eighties and made famous by his friend rapper E-40. His musicality allowed the spread of g-funk, particularly in collaboration with his colleague Dr. Dre. Over the course of his career he has sold 35 million albums globally.

He was the official presenter of the television program Dogg After Dark, in which great celebrities from the world of show business and entertainment were guests every evening. He is the cousin of rapper Nate Dogg, who died in March 2011. According to some rappers, including Busta Rhymes, he is one of the best in the scene, thanks to his original lyrics and his great MC ability from a young age.

Snoop is a fan of many professional and college sports teams including the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Dodgers, Pittsburgh Steelers and the USC Trojans. He also occasionally coaches the Pomona Steelers, a football team made up of 9 or 10 year olds. On April 2, 2016 he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame and in his acceptance speech he dedicated great importance to the love shown by fans towards his cousin Sasha Banks.

Son Cordell Broadus is a promising football player at the wide receiver position. After an excellent career as a player on a high school team in Las Vegas, in February 2015 he decided to accept the scholarship offered to him by UCLA, USC's bitter rival, a university for which his father supports and which in turn had offered a scholarship. He also has a nephew, Keisean Nixon, who plays in the NFL.