Snoop Dogg’s Son Leaves UCLA Football Program For Second Time

Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Snoop Dogg’s son, Cordell Broadus, has left the UCLA football program again to “pursue” other areas in his life.

On Monday, the 44-year-old rapper’s son quit the college football program a second time after he was given another chance back in April to be a part of the team, according to the Los Angeles Times(RELATED: Snoop Dogg Threw Out First Pitch And It Was Almost As Bad As 50 Cent’s [VIDEO])

Rapper Snoop Dogg performs in Uppsala, Sweden, July 25, 2015. (photo: REUTERS/Marcus Ericsson)/TT News Agency

(photo: REUTERS/Marcus Ericsson)/TT News Agency)

“He’s going to pursue other passions in his life and we encourage that,” UCLA Coach Jim Mora said. “I appreciate the fact that he came back out this spring and gave it another shot, but this is an incredibly talented young man in so many areas and it will be fun to watch what he does with his life.” (RELATED: Snoop Dogg Starts ‘F— Donald Trump’ Chant At DNC Super PAC Party [VIDEO])

Broadus did not show up to opening day of training camp on Monday.

Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Cordozar Calvin Broadus, Jr., is a football fan himself and started his own youth football program in Los Angeles in 2005. His son was one of 20 other football players who participated in the Snoop Youth Football League (SYFL) and signed with nationally-recognized college football programs, according to another report.