Snoop Dogg Certain His 'Father Hood' Scrapped Due to No Destruction in It
Rapper Snoop Dogg has no hard feelings against the U.S. TV bosses who canceled his family reality show "Snoop Dogg's Father Hood" - he's convinced the program was scrapped because there was no "drama". The hip-hop star, real name Calvin Broadus, invited cameras from the E! cable channel into his Los Angeles home in 2007 to document his daily routine with his wife Shante Taylor and their children Cori, Cordell and Corde.
The program lasted for two seasons before it was axed in 2008 but Snoop Dogg has no regrets about the show because he's proud of how well-behaved his kids are. He tells talk show host Larry King, "I believe the show was too positive and too enlightening. They wanted some drama."
"You gotta understand, I'm Snoop Dogg so you want confusion, you want destruction, but my house is not like that. My wife does a great job running my house and my kids so it's a beautiful situation." Snoop Dogg has since inked a deal with MTV for another TV show - a variety program called "Dogg After Dark", which premiered in 2009.
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