Cori Broadus, the 24-year-old daughter of Snoop Dogg, announced her return home one week after suffering a serious stroke.
The daughter of Snoop Dogg is recuperating at home following a serious medical emergency.
Following a week of being admitted to the hospital due to a stroke, Cori Broadus said that she is doing well and has been allowed to go home.
"I'm going home today and my chest CT scan came back normal," the 24-year-old posted on Instagram on January 24. "I can prolly cry omgggg."
She went on to express her appreciation for the help she had gotten.
"Thank you," she said, "thank you for the continuous prayers, love etc."
Cori posted a picture of a "welcome home" banner in a living room a few hours later.
Prior to her return home, her mother Shante Broadus, who also has boys Corde, 29, and Cordell, 26 with husband Snoop, shared a cute old picture of herself with Cori.
The 52-year-old wrote, "To The Strongest Person I Know," on Instagram on January 24. "My Little One, My Defender, Honoured God Selected Me To Be The Channel Through Which You Enter The World, My dear princess.
And again on his Instagram Story, the "Drop It Like It's Hot" rapper who also has a 26-year-old son named Julian from a past relationship shared Shante's heartfelt homage.
On January 18, Cori announced her hospitalisation for the first time.
"This morning, I suffered a severe stroke," she posted on her Instagram Story. "I started breaking down crying when they told me."
She said in shock, "Like I'm only 24. What did I do in my past to deserve all of this."
However, the "Sittin' In My Room" singer has kept fans informed despite her latest health concern.
She posted a selfie from a hospital on her Story on January 21, saying, "God is working overtime, you hear me!" "My kidneys were not performing well at all. Doctors arrived this morning and reported significant improvements.
Cori was taken aback by her latest fright, although she has talked before about her struggle with lupus, which she was diagnosed with when she was six years old.
"I've been good, better than I've ever been," she said to People. "I think I would be so good if I could simply make a complete 180-degree turn around and get healthy all around.
However, I always tell people that it takes day by day."
Things are going to take time, as she stated. Nothing will take place quickly."