Snoop Dogg Pays Tribute To His Brother, Bing Worthington, Who Just Passed Away At 44

Bing Worthington, the brother of Snoop Dogg, has passed away. He was 44 years old at the time of his death.

The 52-year-old rapper revealed that his brother, who throughout the years performed a variety of backstage jobs for the artist, passed away lately. On Friday, he shared the news on Instagram with a few heartfelt tributes. Snoop first posted a picture of himself with his late younger brother and included a note.

Later, he addressed his passing in the title of a video that included images of the brothers, their older brother Jerry Wesley Carter, and other people standing at a cemetery. Along with the heartfelt homage, the Grammy-nominated performer tweeted a picture of Tate and Worthington grinning and posing. In October 2021, Beverly Tate, their late mother, passed away at the age of 70.

Throughout his career, Worthington managed his brother’s tours and worked on numerous commercial ventures with the recording artist. He was also a founding member of Dogg Records, a Canadian musical label. The businessman briefly performed as a member of the hip-hop group Lifestyle. Liquid Cocaine, their one and only album, was released in 2003.

In a 2016 interview, Worthington disclosed to Vice that he was also a co-writer of the song “Be Thankful,” which was featured on Snoop’s rap group The Eastsidaz’s 2000 first album.

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