Snoop Dogg’s wife of over 25 years celebrated her birthday in style, with the couple even boasting matching jewelry pieces to cement their bond.
At the end of October, Shante Broadus turned 52 years old. Dressed fresh from head to toe and surrounded by her loved ones, the mother of three shared a series of photographs on social media to flex what her husband referred to as “that boss life.”
In the first of two Instagram posts shouting out herself and her family, the California native wrote: “It’s My Party And I’ll Smile If I Want To [party emoji] Greateful For Another Year Surrounded By Loved Ones And Good Vibes.”
The second — which was captioned: “The Birthday Cake Was As Sweet As Me” — showed her and Snoop flexing identical crown rings side-by-side. Check both posts out below.
Snoop Dogg has all but shed his gangsta image in recent years, from running a youth football league and hanging out with Martha Stewart to having a children’s show and even making a gospel album, and these days, he seems most comfortable as a husband and father.
This was particularly evident earlier this year when the rapper took to Instagram to dedicate a series of posts to his wife, on their 26th wedding anniversary.
In the first post, Snoop and Shante were pictured all smiles while sporting all black outfits. “Happy anniversary. @bosslady_ent 26 years and still rollin,” he wrote in the caption.
In a second post, Snoop shared a compilation video of some heartwarming moments between him and his wife with The Dells’ 1968 classic, “The Love We Had (Stays on My Mind),” soundtracking the montage.
Finally, in an earnest voiceover accompanied by visuals of the pair attending an event in matching furs, Snoop can be heard explaining some of the “turmoil” he put his wife through early on in their marriage, and he how decided to make it right because she was the “woman who loved him and had his kids.”
The Long Beach native and his special lady were high school sweethearts and got married in 1997 not too long after the release of the rapper’s second album, Tha Doggfather.