Phia Barragan recently shared an image of Snoop Dogg’s granddaughter, and fans share their thoughts in the comment section.
Phia Barragan recently posted an image that showed her baby girl, Cordoba Journey, rocking a pink coat which she accessorized with a black bow on her head.
Upon seeing the picture, fans took to Phia’s comments to drop their sweet words for the toddler. According to one fan, the 8-month-old looked “cute”
Another person mentioned that Cordoba looked “absolutely pretty,” while another fan stated that the toddler looked “simply adorable.”
As it turns out, Phia and her followers aren’t the only ones who are enamored with the little girl as BCK Online points out that Cordoba’s grandfather, rapper Snoop Dogg, also shared an image of him and the tot.
In Snoop’s post, the 8-month-old was standing on a wooden bench as her grandfather wraps his large hands around her.
While Snoop’s face is out of the frame, his granddaughter is distracted by something that is out the camera’s range.
Snoop’s post, which was captioned “Grandpas C. C.,” got over 500,000 likes with many people stating how adorable the pair looked, in the comments.
Phia shares Cordoba with Snoop’s 22-year-old son, Cordell. Cordell, who is the second son of the “Young, Wild and Free” hitmaker, stepped out of his father’s shadows when he abandoned football to pursue a career in fashion.
According to the New York Times, the father-of-one took a break from his undergraduate studies in film at U.C.L.A.
During the break, Cordell became a part of the Tommy Hilfiger show, which occurred back in February.
The budding fashion star also featured in Kenneth Cole and MCM Worldwide campaigns. During the Made’s Los Angeles fashion week in 2017, Cordell unveiled a capsule collection in conjunction with the Los Angeles clothing brand, Joyrich.
The clothing line featured blue bathrobes and faux fur jackets that were inspired by his father. The next collaboration the father-of-one has with the fashion brand will be a tribute to NBA Hall of Famer Allen Iverson.
Although he left school behind,
Cordell has intentions of putting what he learned to good use as the New York Times adds.
The businessman sat in the director’s chair for the filming of a Kangol ad that focuses on New York City. The promotional film is said to have debuted this month at Complex Con.