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Snoop Dogg’s son, Cordell Broadus Starts Charity That Helps Underprivileged Youth

Fulfilling a passion he had since age 15, Cordell Broadus has started a youth group initiative called Revolt of the Youth. The group is focused on giving back to the underprivileged in the Greater Los Angeles area.

On one of the group’s recent outreach programs, Cordell had the help of his dad Snoop, actors India Love, Bree and Morgan Westbrook, Paige Hurd, and recording artist Lil Twist from Youny Money. In addition to distributing pizza and necessary supplies to the homeless, RotY partnered with the non-profit group ‘Have a Sole’ to give out 100 pairs of shoes.

Some of the people impacted by the group’s generosity, was a man recently released from jail due to incorrect paperwork, and women and children who were grateful simply to have something new. Cordell said he started the youth group because “I have a passion for helping others and today was just the beginning.” Revolt of the Youth is for the youth, ran by the youth.


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  1. This is great. Maybe they will help with my fight. Since 1998 I’ve been fixing old computers and giving them to needy families. Fill a Mind, Not a Landfill. This will help them keep up with the kids that have the technology at hand.

  2. This is so great, every little bit helps. I also started a small organisation. Assisting women who has been raped and abused by their partners. Good work and God bless this young man.

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