Earlier this year, Snoop Dogg's son Cordell Broadus—a four-star wide receiver who played at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas—surprised a lot of people when he decided to commit to UCLA to play football rather than his dad's favorite college team USC. But according to a report out of UCLA, it sounds like Broadus' college football career might already be over.

As recently as just four days ago, Snoop posted a photo of his son wearing a UCLA uniform on Instagram. However, Scout.com is now reporting that Broadus has decided not to play football at the school. They spoke with sources close to the situation who told them that Broadus will continue to attend the school, but he reportedly wants to "do his own thing" rather than play football. Their sources also told them that Broadus was supposed to begin attending training camp with his UCLA teammates this week but that he never showed up.

Watch this video to hear more about the report:

It's worth noting that Diddy's son Justin Combs, who also plays for UCLA, has shown up for camp this week and appears to have moved past the problems he had with a UCLA coach earlier this summer:

But as of right now, it doesn't sound like Broadus will join him.

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[via Scout]