Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

Snoop Dogg’s brother has died. He was 44 years old

The rapper announced his brother’s death in several posts on Instagram. “Until the next meeting,” he wrote in one of them. “Say hello to our grandma,” he added in another.

The cause of the 44-year-old’s death is currently unknown. The police are investigating the case. The first announcement stated that more information would be known after the results of toxicological tests.

Bing Worthington Jr. worked on several projects Snoop Dogg. He also became his concert manager and executive producer at his record label – Dogg Records.

“I’m always on the road. I’m working to get to the top,” said Worthington Jr. Vice. It was also then that he revealed that he was involved in many of his famous brother’s ventures, including the Snoop Dogg Board Company, which produces skateboards, and one of Snoop Dogg’s hot dog startups.

Snoop Dogg’s brother was the executive producer of the rapper’s birthday documentary – “Bigg Snoop Dogg: Raw ‘N Uncut Vol. 1” from 2003. He is also one of the creators of the song “The Jump Off” by the Lifestyle project.

One of the 44-year-old’s friends, Miguel Lopez, with whom Bing collaborated on Snoop Dogg’s label, revealed that the man recently went on vacation to Jamaica, where there was no contact with him. Lopez added that since his mother’s death, Bin Worthington Jr. has not been himself.