NewsSnoop Dogg's Brother, Music Executive Bing Worthington Jr., Passes Away at 44

Snoop Dogg's Brother, Music Executive Bing Worthington Jr., Passes Away at 44

Snoop Dogg's Brother, Music Executive Bing Worthington Jr., Passes Away at 44
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7:33 AM EST, February 17, 2024, updated: 9:31 AM EST, February 17, 2024

On Friday, February 16, Snoop Dogg's brother, Bing Worthington, died at 44. The rapper announced his death on his Instagram profile.

Bing Worthington was an entrepreneur and producer, working with his brother, who hired him to help with his projects. Worthington served as, among others, Snoop Dog's tour manager and then an executive producer at his brother's Dogg Records label.

The cause of death is not yet known, as reported by Sgt. Frank Gonzalez of the Orange County Sheriff's Department in California. "The cause of death will be pending the results of the toxicology and autopsy report," said Gonzalez, quoted by NBC News.

In addition to posting photos with his brother, Snoop Dogg published on Instagram a picture of Bing Worthington with their mother, Beverly Tate, who died in 2021. The photo was captioned "bac wit momma". According to NBC, citing Miguel Lopez, Worthington's friend, after his mother's death, he was going through a very difficult time.

Sources: NBC News, Sky Sports

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