Snoop Dogg announces death of ‘angel for a mother’ Beverly Tate on social media

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On Sunday, October 24, rapper Snoop Dogg posted a series of social media posts to announce the death of his beloved mother Beverly Tate. She was 70 years old. She had been ailing from several months around May this year and the rapper had asked his followers to pray for her. It is not clear about how she died.

In one Instagram post Dogg wrote “Mama thank u for having me.” The picture showed him with his mother while another post was captioned “Thank u god for giving me an angel for a mother TWMA (Till We Meet Again) and emojis of a dove and a heart.

The post describing her as an angel had a photo of Beverly Tate in a red dress. She appears to be happy as she smiles widely and looks directly into the camera. She is also carrying a bouquet of flowers.

Earlier in June, the rapper had posted a picture of himself and his brothers when they had visited her in hospital.

At that time he had written that it was a happy Sunday and that he and his brothers had gone to see “mama” that day and that she had opened her eyes to see them and to let them know that she was still “fighting.”

Many shared tributes, messages, condolences and more on his Instagram posts. Some of whom shared tributes included Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Lizzo and Cardi B.

Snoop Dogg’s real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. His father Vernell left their home three months after his birth. He was named after his stepfather Calvin Cordozar Broadus Senior. In 1975, Beverly and Calvi Sr. were divorced. Beverly raised her children in Long Beach, California. They were regular churchgoers. Vernell also confirmed the news of Beverly’s death.

The rapper recently turned 50. Snoop Dogg celebrated this milestone with a host of friends. He also appeared at the final night of Jamie Foxx’s “Act Like You Got Some Sense” Book Tour in El Cajon, California, this weekend.


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