Snoop Dogg Mourns Brother Bing Worthington's Death: 'Until We Meet Again'

The 'Gin and Juice' hitmaker pays tribute to his late brother, who died at age 44 and collaborated with him on various projects, by posting their throwback pictures on social media.

AceShowbiz - Snoop Dogg is mourning the death of his brother Bing Worthington. The rap superstar shared the sad news on Friday, February 16 as he has been paying tribute to his late brother on social media.

On one of the first pictures he shared on Instagram, the "Gin and Juice" hitmaker and his younger brother Bing were posing with their nephew Rollin Carter. Tagging Bing's account, he added a crying emoji, a white dove emoji and a praying hands emoji in the caption.

In another throwback post, the rapper let out a video of him and his siblings, including Bing and their older brother Jerry Wesley Carter, standing in a cemetery. "always made us laugh," he wrote, "u bac with moms."

The Grammy-nominated artist also shared a picture of Bing with their mother Beverly Tate, who died at the age of 70 in October 2021. "bac with momma," he penned under the snap.

In another throwback image, the 52-year-old hip-hop star posed together with his late brother. He bid his brother farewell as he wrote in the caption, "Until we meet again."

Most recently, Snoop shared a photo of him, his brother Bing and their late grandmother. "say hi to grandma," so he captioned the throwback picture, which saw the three of them smiling.

Snoop did not provide details of his brother's death, but the two were known very close. Bing collaborated with the "What's My Name?" emcee throughout his career on various business projects and served as his tour manager for years. He also helped merge Dogg Records with Canadian hip-hop label Urban Heat Legends.

Bing also co-wrote the song "Be Thankful", which appeared on the 2000 debut album for Snoop's rap group Tha Eastsidaz. The entrepreneur recorded his own music with the group Lifestyle, who only released one album, "Liquid Cocaine", in 2003.

Of his decision to work behind the scenes, Bing told Vice, "My guy was a great rapper and I was a great rapper, but I was like, 'Why am I working on the music? I should be doing all the business side of this thing.' I love meeting people, talking business, that got me going." He added, "I'm glad I'm a mystery. That's good."

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