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Snoop Dogg’s daughter Cori Broadus took her walk across the stage to get her high school diploma, and her dad couldn’t have been more excited.
The rapper posted a plethora of photos and videos of Cori, who graduated from Ramon C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts in Los Angeles on Thursday.
The first photo showed a beautiful and smiling Cori, right before she crossed the stage.
Then, Snoop Dogg posted this video of himself jamming to “On Broadway” by George Benson while showing off the commencement program and students filing into the ceremony.
He also showed this video alongside wife Shante Broadus.
He posted the proud moment of when the class of 2017 officially became graduates as well, and danced to “This Is How We Do It” by Montell Jordan.
After the ceremony, Broadus got a bit annoyed at the extra attention, and even rolled her eyes at her proud dad.
But the sweetest part, and perhaps most embarrassingly for Cori, were the large cutouts of her face to show how proud they were of her accomplishment.
Last month, Broadus shared her appreciation to her parents next to her yearbook photo, and simply said, “I do it for them.”