Snoop Dogg's Wife Opens New Strip Club Inspired By Ice Cube's Classic Movie

Shante Broadus & Snoop Dogg

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Snoop Dogg's wife Shante Broadus celebrated the grand opening of her new strip club with numerous special guests.

On Wednesday, May 29, Shante's company, Boss Lady Entertainment, officially launched The Player's Club in Downtown Los Angeles during a private event. In video footage posted to the venue's Instagram Stories, you can see Shante and her husband Snoop pull up to the strip club, which shares the same name as the fictitious setting of Ice Cube's 1998 film. DJ Drama and DJ Sky High Baby provided the vibes for the night as celebrities like Wiz Khalifa, Too $hort and Real 92.3's own Big Boy partied throughout the night.

According to TMZ, Broadus brought the strip club from Ice Cube's directorial debut to life. Her goal for the venue is to bring successful entrepreneurs like herself and her husband as well as other beautiful people together for a good time. Broadus held auditions for all the naked hustlers during Memorial Day Weekend.

"Today, auditions for Players Club—Boss Lady's Players Club. Yeah, my wife's s**t," Snoop said in an ad for the auditions. "Show up and show out. The best of the best."

Snoop Dogg and Shante Broadus have been together since they were in high school. They got married in 1997 and briefly parted ways in 2004. They eventually got back together and renewed their vows in 2008. They share three children together, their daughter Cori and two sons — Cordé and Cordell.

Check out some scenes from the grand opening below.

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