Snoop Dogg’s son, Cordell Broadus, was pictured wearing eyeliner, women’s clothing and earrings in some modelling photos.
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Cordell Broadus is no stranger to the runway, previously showing out for Philipp Plein in September 2017, but this is a major departure from what we’re used to seeing him rock. The Prince-inspired shots have caused quite a stir, with many sharing homophobic remarks in the comments to the pictures.
Broadus has since reflected on the photos, recording a video of himself on his Instagram Story. “I was embodying a role, that shit was on masculinity and I channelled my inner Prince, I channelled my inner Rick James, and I don’t understand it. Whenever other artists that are not black wear makeup, paint their nails or put eyeliner on, society doesn’t put a label on them,” said Broadus. “Me being an artist, I don’t follow the rules. So you can miss me with all the opinions and labelling.”
What do you think of Cordell’s response? Check out the photos in question below.