Sometimes it really is a “Doggy Dogg World.”
The entrepreneur’s 2022 BMW X6 was swiped, but not for long, because a tracking company narrowed down the search and passed information over to the Los Angeles Police Department after the car-jacking, the publication shares. Then, the LAPD reportedly retrieved the vehicle and arrested the alleged robber—who already had an active warrant and was booked on a charge of burglary of a motor vehicle. TMZ reports that the vehicle’s keys were left inside the BMW, and stolen items were also found inside when it was recovered.
Broadus, who now owns a production company and is deep in the NFT game, quit the UCLA football team back in 2015 to focus on his other interests, per TMZ. Then-head coach Jim Mora called him “an amazing young man with many talents, and we wish him nothing but the best as he continues to pursue his degree.”
As for his father, Snoop is always making plenty of his own business moves. Outside of his recent purchase of Death Row Records, the West Coast legend decided to purchase a stake in Bivouac—one of the teams in Ice Cube’s BIG3 basketball league—this past month. He and Ken Howery put down a reported total of $625,000 to buy a 40 percent stake, and Cube said he was “absolutely thrilled to have Snoop, Ken, and their communities on board with the BIG3.”
“Having someone with Ken’s knowledge and experience wanting to be a part of our league demonstrates that we are moving in the right direction,” Cube shared in a statement. “Snoop is an undisputed legend who has jumped headfirst into the Web3 space and clearly understands the importance and the value of what we are trying to create. Together, I know they will take Bivouac to new heights and we can’t wait to get started.”