Snoop Dogg’s Wife To Open L.A. Strip Club Inspired By Ice Cube Movie

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Snoop Dogg’s wife, Shante Broadus, is set to open a new strip club called Player’s Club, taking inspiration from the iconic 1998 film that marked Ice Cube’s directorial debut.

According to TMZ, the venue — backed by her company Boss Lady Entertainment — will open its doors next week, kicking off the festivities with a bash featuring appearances by Tiffany Haddish, Too $hort, Cedric the Entertainer, DJ Drama, and more.

The outlet adds that Shante drew inspiration from Snoop’s Mt. Westmore partner Cube, who brought Players Club to fame with his directorial debut film, which followed a woman [LisaRaye McCoy], as she navigated rival strippers and her boss in an attempt to pay make a better life for herself.

Taking to Instagram, Snoop and his leading lady gave fans an exclusive first look at the swanky new venue.

Check it out below.

While Shante has been making business moves, the iconic West Coast rapper has been soaking up valuable time with his loved ones, particularly his grandchildren.

On Memorial Day, the iconic West Coast rapper took to Instagram to share an adorable photo of himself and his granddaughter wearing matching pink jackets. Their joyful smiles suggest they couldn’t be happier about their coordinated style.

“Papa snoop 💘🥰😘,” the caption reads.

In another post, the Doggfather shares yet another snapshot of another youngster posing in front of a tabletop scattered with snacks.

“My choo choo. Paw paws. 🐾. Grand daughter 😘🎶💙🔥🐾,” the caption reads.

Previously speaking on the Jennifer Hudson Show, Snoop revealed that he has a whopping 12 grandchildren.

“I have a total of 12 grandkids,” he said. “And they’re different ages, ranges, sizes and I love them all the same way.”

“Actually, my oldest grandson, his birthday is today so I’m on my way to his birthday party when I leave here. He’s going to be 9 years old, that’s Zion Broadus,” he added.