Snoop Dogg’s brother Bing Worthington dies at 44

Snoop Dogg announced that his brother Bing Worthington has passed away. The rapper took to social media to remember his brother.

Worthington was Snoop Dogg’s half-brother on his mother’s side. On Instagram, Snoop Dogg shared several photos of Worthington and himself, including one backstage. He also shared a video of Worthington, himself and his other brother Jerry at the cemetery.

For the most part, the rapper let the photos express his pain. However, he captioned the video with, “Always made us laugh,” saying, “You’re back with the moms.”

Worthington worked with Snoop Dogg over the years. She started out as a roadie working with the rapper while he was on tour. However, he eventually became a tour manager.

Snoop Dogg’s brother worked hard

Speaking to Vice in 2016, Bing talked about working with his brother. He said his brother didn’t take it easy just because they were family. Snoop Dogg gave him a chance, but he had to work his way up and earn his place. He told the outlet: “I started from the bottom, I didn’t just become the tour manager, I was just the tour manager. I worked my way to the top.

He continued: “Although I am [Snoop’s] brother, he didn’t give me a high-ranking position. You can’t just become president without knowing anything about being president. You have to learn.”

Worthington also struck out on his own. She released music with a group called Lifestyle, which appeared in the film. Van Wilder 2The soundtrack. He also owned his own music label. In 2016, Worthington combined the Dogg Records and Urban Heat Legends music labels.

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Worthington also described himself as a person who works hard and pursues the things that interest him. He said that when it came to business, he was often meticulous and didn’t mind planning ahead. He said: “Most of the time I think I am tolerant. But when it comes down to it, I mean what I want to say.”

“I hope that when it comes to business, I’m serious. Let’s eliminate things. I don’t care how long it takes, let’s do it. When you rush into something that’s when you screw it up. Take your time,” she continued.

Snoop Dogg did not reveal the cause of death. However, the rapper’s fans expressed their condolences.

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