- Snoop Dogg's son Cordell Broaders innocently participated in a photoshoot that ended up changing his life
- His celebrity status went up a notch after everyone on the internet clicked on his photos looking for clues on his sexuality
- It all started when a few photos of the chap dressed in women's clothing made their way to social media
- His followers immediately concluded Cordell was either gay or queer or he was just trying to come out to the world
- The model shut down rumours and said he was an artist who was free and played by his own rules
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Rapper Snoop Dogg’s son Cordell Broadus has always been described as a chick magnet thanks to his rock hard abs and massive muscles.
However, over the past week, the 22-year-old left his fans scratching their heads after he begun to embrace androgyny through his posts.
In a few photos, the model was seen wearing women’s wear proudly and the one that carried the day was where Cordell proudly posed with a face full of makeup.
The youngster who used to be a football player embraced his femininity without fear and silenced the haters who flocked his Instagram posts.
What threw people off was a photo of the man seated while clutching onto flowers and dressed in a pink, dotted ladies’ top.
His hair was in a fro and his eyes popped thanks to the heavy makeup he was wearing.
On the 22-year-old’s years were a pair of dangling earrings that left him looking like a lady with a beard.
At first when the photos hit the internet, people had mixed reactions.
Most netizens brushed it off as an innocent photoshoot while others claimed maybe he was trying to send a message.
To counter the nasty comments flooding his timeline, the rapper’s son said through his instastory he was simply embodying a role as a model.
He then claimed guys were being judgmental because he is black.
The post has since been deleted.
“I channeled my inner Rick James, and I do not understand it. Whenever other artists that are not black wear makeup, paint their nails or put eyeliner on, society does not put a label on them,” Cordell ranted.
In other news, a rarely seen video from 1983 has popped up showing the harsh conditions under which Ghanaians were made to leave Nigeria in the 80s.
It is indicated that the mass deported was a presidential executive order for Ghanaians without the right settlement papers to leave Nigeria or risk being arrested.
The video shows how countless numbers of Ghanaians had to pack themselves and their belongings rather inappropriately following the order
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