Snoop Dogg Threw His Son A ‘Coming To America’-Themed Birthday Party And Here’s What It Looked Like

Being Snoop Dogg’s son clearly has its perks. Cordell Broadus’s 18th birthday is just more evidence of the obvious.

Snoop threw the future UCLA Bruin a Coming To America-themed party complete with a full crowning ceremony mirroring the opening scene of the classic Eddie Murphy film. Cordell was decked out in Prince Akeem furs and his mom Chante was dressed as the Queen of Zamunda as well.

Snoop didn’t get into full character, probably because being Snoop might be a little bit cooler than being King Jaffe Joffer. No word on any Soul Glo or royal baths at the party though.

Check out some pictures from the party below.

Happy c day @cbroadus 🍷✨🌟💵🏈

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What a birthday. @dejloaf @atown0705

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My queen @bosslady_ent Ñ the queen of la. @jheneaiko 🌹✨🌟

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