Cordell Broadus, Snoop Dogg’s sizzling hot son, had his modeling debut as he strutted his stuff down designer Philipp Plein’s runway this week, showing off an impressive jawline and setting social media ablaze.
Fun fact: Broadus, a former UCLA receiver, is 6-foot-3 and was born on February 21, 1997 (which by our calculation would make him just legal enough).
Here he is with his grandfather, also known as “Poppa Snoop.”
Anyone who sees him will definitely paws…
Nicknamed Lil’ Snoop, Broadus left the prestigious UCLA Bruins team to pursue entertainment interests.
One of the top high school football recruits in the nation, Broadus once got suspended this after punching an opponent in the head. You could say he’s a little ruff around the edges. But that only seems to add to his appeal.
A little tip: Whatever you do don’t call him a model.
“I’m not a model. I’m a business man, who’s using fashion as a vehicle to open doors & create opportunities that may not have been presenting themselves,” he wrote on his Instagram account, which by the way, boasts an impressive 600,000 followers.
He’s not just good at modeling (see we what we did there?) he’s a designer, serving as creative director of Joyrich, an L.A. streetwear brand.
He’s got abs for days…
And a killer smile…
Not to mention… he knows how to rock an uber cool pair of glasses.
We’re not kidding…
He also has his sights set on Hollywood. “I want to executive-produce and star in my own movies. I’m going to use modeling as a branding platform so people can see my face and see my brain,” he told the New York Post recently.
In short, Snoop Dog’s son is now everybody’s newest puppy love.
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