Snoop Dogg’s Mom Approves Of His Interview With Jada Pinkett Smith

Beverly Broadus Sends Love To Her Superstar Son Following His Sit-Down With Will Smith’s Wife On The Facebook Watch Talk Show About His Controversial Gayle King Comments.

Snoop Dogg’s mother is his biggest ally. The rapper shared a message sent by his mom Beverly Broadus following his interview on the Facebook Watch talk show “Red Table Talk” with Jada Pinkett Smith.

“Good morning son,” Beverly wrote. “You did a great interview with Jada and Family. Keep on sending the word out to help someone who needs to hear a kind word or see a big smile. That will make a big different in there life (sic). Love you son always and forever your mom Beverly.”

The 48-year-old rapper replied in his text, “Love u mama.” He added on his Instagram caption, “Mamma knows best.”


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Snoop Dogg has been at the center of controversy after he harshly berated Gayle King over her question about Kobe Bryant’s rape case when interviewing Lisa Leslie. He called the female anchor “funky dog head b***h” and seemingly threatened her, “Backoff. Before we come get you.”

“Two wrongs don’t make no right. When you’re wrong, you gotta fix it,” he later apologized. “Gayle King, I publicly tore you down by coming at you in a derogatory manner based off emotions…me being angry at questions that you asked. Overreacted.”

In his interview with Will Smith’s wife Jada, he was confronted by the host. “My heart dropped,” she said. “I felt like not only were you talking to Gayle, but you were talking to me.”

Snoop once again explained himself. “I wanted to make sure what I said was said the right way and I wanted to make sure that the message was across. That we love Kobe and be respectful of Vanessa and those kids,” he said. “That’s what the whole intent was, to protect that women and them babies over there, because she’s still grieving. And let’s give them that respect (sic).”