Diddy’s Son Returns to UCLA Bruins Football Team, Snoop Dogg’s Son Quits
The UCLA Bruins Football Team is back in the news again.
TMZ reports Diddy's son, Justin Combs, is officially back on the team. Head coach Jim Mora met with Justin last week to clear the air and move forward from the kettle bell incident that happened between Diddy and Bruins strength and conditioning coach, Sal Alosi. Diddy posted a picture of his son in drills at practice (see above). Back in June Diddy was arrested for allegedly assaulting Alosi because he believed the coach was picking on his son Justin. The "Finna Get Loose" rapper was taken into custody and charged with battery, assault with a deadly weapon and making terrorist threats. The charges were later dismissed by the Los Angeles County District Attorney.
Shortly after that news broke about Justin, Scout.com reported that Snoop Dogg's son Cordell Broadus—a four-star wide receiver who played at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas—has quit playing football. Broadus hadn’t reported to UCLA’s fall camp in San Bernardino, which started Monday, and hasn't contacted Bruins' coaches at all. Sources tell them that the incoming Freshman is hanging up his pads because he "wants to do his own thing." Snoop's son is already admitted to the University and attended UCLA’s summer session, so he’ll be able to attend UCLA. Just a few days ago, Snoop posted a picture of his son in his Bruins jersey. Earlier this year ESPN profiled Snoop and Cordell in a five-part series titled Snoop and Son: A Dad’s Dream.
This is just one big mess for UCLA's football team.