Snoop Dogg Announces Painful Death Of His Brother

Snoop Dogg with his brother Bing Worthington

Rapper Snoop Dogg has announced death of his brother with a string of social media posts on Friday. Bing Worthington died at the age of 44.

A video of Snoop and Worthington spending time with their family, including their older brother Jerry Wesley Carter, in a cemetery was included in the announcement made by the rapper behind “Gin and Juice.”

Their mother, Beverly Tate, died in October 2021 at 70 years old. Worthington was seen giving her a birthday cake in one of the photographs he shared.

The rapper, 52, also shared a family photograph in which everybody was smiling and snickering; The two were seen posing in another picture while Worthington held up a peace sign.

Until we meet again,” he captioned the final tribute.

The cause of Worthingon’s death is still unknown. Sgt. However, the Californian Orange County Sheriff’s Department’s Frank Gonzalez stated that a toxicology and autopsy report would soon be issued.

Worthington and Snoop were very close and the Grammy-winning artist even remembered him in many parts of his businesses.

“I started from the bottom, I ain’t just become the tour manager, I was just the road guy,” Worthington said in an interview in 2016.

“I worked my way to the top. Even though I’m his brother he didn’t give me a top-ranked position.”

“You can’t just become a president without knowing anything about being the president,” he continued. “You have to learn.”

Over the course of their careers, Worthington and Snoop Dogg worked together on numerous projects, including the merger of record labels, a skateboard brand, and a documentary.

In addition to helping bring entrepreneurial ideas to life with Snoop, such as his skateboard brand that was launched in 2005, Worthington was also involved in his art.

He is listed as an executive producer on the 2003 documentary, “Bigg Snoop Dogg: Raw ‘N Uncut Vol. 1,” according to IMDb.

Furthermore, he helped merge Dogg Records with Canadian hip-hop label Urban Heat Legends, according to Dogg Records’ website.

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He even released an album at one point named “Liquid Cocaine” with his musical group, Lifestyle.

“My guy was a great rapper and I was a great rapper, but I was like, ‘Why am I working on the music? I should be doing all the business side of this thing.’”

“I love meeting people, talking business, that got me going. That made me feel like another person.”

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