Snoop Dogg's longtime wife Shante Broadus was unbothered by the horrific allegations a woman came forward with days before the Super Bowl.
Hours before the legendary rapper took the stage with Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent and Eminem — he was backstage at the SoFi stadium with his partner of 25 years.
The west coast icon posted a photo of him standing next to Shante in matching crip blue tracksuits. He captioned the post, "King and Queen."
Snoop followed up by posting a single shot of his wife posing in the VIP area labeling her his "queen." The two seemed to be in good spirits for the big day and weren't letting the sexual assault lawsuits bother them one bit.
In the suit, The woman claims the rapper forced her to perform oral sex on him in 2013. She claims in May of that year she attended one of his shows in Orange County.
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She ran into Snoop's friend Bishop Don Juan who offered her a ride home. The woman claims she woke up at Bishop's home where he forced his penis into her face and "repeatedly shoved his penis into" her mouth.
The accuser claims Bishop then gave her clothes and told her they were needed to meet Snoop.
The woman says she arrived at a set but wasn't feeling well. She went to the bathroom and sat down to use it. Snoop allegedly walked into the restroom and pulled down his pants. Doe claims Snoop forced her to perform oral sex on him in the bathroom while she "defecated."
Snoop claims the woman is a liar and a "gold digger." A source close to the rapper claims the accuser previously demanded $10 million but Snoop and his team rejected her offer — and that's when she brought the lawsuit.
Snoop has yet to officially respond to the lawsuit in court.