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Haters gon' hate....

Snoop Dogg's 20 year old daughter, Cori, recently attended the Addams family premiere alongside the rest of her family and got trashed online by the haters on social media.

At the premiere Cori looked great with her braided style and outfit, but folks on social media decided to make an issue out of her weight. 

They said she's gaining too much weight and body shamed the beautiful young lady.

Cori, though, is no stranger to social media attacks. She's said publicly that she has been bullied many times on social media for her "dark" skin complexion. Now her detractors are turning to her weight.

What people don't understand is that in 2010 Snoop and his wife Shante Broadus revealed that Cori was suffering from Lupus. Snoop and Shante, had never heard of the fatal disease that affects more than 1.5 million people.

“Shante and I cried 1,000 times” Snoop told People Magazine.

In an exclusive interview with People Magazine back in the day Snoop and the Broadus family describe how fighting the disease actually brought their family closer together. “In the beginning, lupus was winning, but now Cori is,” Snoop told People. On learning that African Americans are more susceptible to the disease, the Broadus family decided to fight lupus together. “Cori’s lupus showed us we need to be together forever.” Snoop told People.


Cori, much like her father, loves music and currently is trying her hand in the music industry. She goes by the name CHOC, and has had some moderate commercial success since the launch of her career. She initially learned to sing in church and entered the music industry in 2011, when she was just 12 years old.

Her first single released was Do My Thang (2011), which had some commercial success. She also released the singles Daddy’s Girl and SMH.