Diamond Bar and Snoop Lion’s son Cordell Broadus weighs in on Lane Kiffin firing

I wonder if this means Snoop’s son is leaning toward UCLA …

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  • http://sgvtribune.com/ Galileo

    and these opinions are relevant because? especially love the ” have a lot of respect for coach kiffin”….ffffing laughable!……..old man is the king of dope and junior is a junior in hs…..gotta love the trib, pandering to anybody

    • FredJ

      If he was just “any” kid he wouldn’t have 4,000 twitter followers.

      • http://sgvtribune.com/ Galileo

        so, his relevance is based on 4,000 followers. how does that give him credence in regards to Kiffins firing/ability? it’s more a statement of the trib not being relevant in the world of journalism if anything…yes,you can use my name at Home Depot, I’ll hook you up…the LANG days are numbered

        • FredJ

          My friend it’s about what trends, and his comments made the rounds, not just by me but by yahoo sports and several other sports websites. But you can still hook me up at Home Dept.

          • http://sgvtribune.com/ Galileo

            ooh OK…I’ll just chalk this up to the same line of thinking that goes into your infamous top ten with CO being a very dangerous team at 0-3…now even more dangerous at 0-4….how powerful will they be at 0-5 ?….AT worhsips all things TMZ, and they advertise themselves as gossip “journalists” now you follow in the same vein…oh well…

          • FredJ

            Please make sense, was this gossip or fact based. It was HIS twitter.

          • http://sgvtribune.com/ Galileo

            my point is that it’s a sad day when you’re pandering to someone who “supposedly”

          • http://sgvtribune.com/ Galileo

            has been offered scholarships at various schools,of course,that is all unofficial,and not yet legallly binding to either party, but yet,somehow,someway he’s qualified to comment on the coaching situation at southern cal…hell, go get my 90 year old moms opinion…her demographics still by the trib….poor business model,executed by non-journalists

          • FredJ

            Sad day? Next thing you’re going to tell me is that you never watch reality television.

            The fact you read this blog, which is full of “gossip comments” tells me that you love this sort of thing.

            Thanks for keeping me employed.

          • http://sgvtribune.com/ Galileo

            no, I don’t watch “reality” programming, at all ,including TMZ and the staged,scripted,plotted shows like the khardashians among others…Fred, I’d like to believe your continued employment is due more to the ever shrinking few who actually buy the mono colored fish-wrap…the miniscule advertising revenue on this site doesn’t pay your salary and I read this blog only in hope that Lola Lancer will find my charm,wit and dry sense of humor desireable!…watch out Joe Amat

          • Stephen Carter

            Good comeback!! LoL

          • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

            its his freedom of speech and opinion! just like you have yours calling his father a dope head, whom you DONT know!

    • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

      The bad thing is…Your thinking more about him than he is of you! Oh wait!! He problably doesnt even know you exist!

  • reality

    Oh how i love a good cat fight. Can’t wait for you two to finish with the hair pulling and start yanking your tops off. By the way Galileo you know when you got to Fred and Aram when they try and expose who you are. Funny, as if a job at the trib is better than a gig at Home Depot.

    • FredJ

      Expose who, what? If this is the same person, Galileo introduced himself to me at the Home Depot, which is why HE brought up the fact he worked there. I don’t mind the back-and-forth, he was a cool dude when I met him.

      • http://sgvtribune.com/ Galileo

        I have met Fred, he’s a good guy,can both give and take a ribbing and keep a smile on his face.Sometimes though,he’s uneducated,uninformed,in the dark…it’s my job to show him the light, to inform him,educate him, correct Mr. Libero?

        • FredJ

          With you it’s always silly season, and that’s alright with me.

  • AZTEC PRIDE

    Is this Cordell kid even 18 YEARS OLD? I’ve seen this story on Yahoo, AOL and many more websites about his comment on Kiffin, and I think it’s ridiculous! Funny you have a famous father and you make the INTERNET! Cordell, you should be worrying about West Covina!

    • The Dude

      How does making a tweet and answering a couple questions in an interview mean he isn’t preparing for Friday’s game?

      • AZTEC PRIDE

        Dude, the only reason why his tweet got all this attention is because his Daddy is Snoop. You know it, and so does everybody else that follows football! If I would have tweeted the same exact words as Cordell, now you think I would have got the attention like he did? Uh NO!!! The word is called RESPECT! I could see if he was in college, or better yet he was actually was playing for SC, but he’s still in high school! Oh yeah but I forgot we live in the GOOD OLD USA, and if you have famous parents, well you get to run YOUR TWITTER(MOUTH)! Better yet, Cordell should be worrying about Diamond Ranch.! Just because Kiffin has been on the decline this past season and was fired, he still won some big games for SC, but in the world of Football, it’s all about WHAT HAVE YOU FOR ME LATELY!

        • The Dude

          What does that have to do with anything? I was debating you saying “Cordell, you should be worrying about West Covina” Yes, part of it is that his daddy is Snoop, but another part of it is that he’s an extremely good football player. He’s a great football player because he is talented and has worked hard to improve himself, and that has nothing to do with his daddy. So a high school kid isn’t allowed to have an opinion and something and post it to his own personal social network page?

          And on your last point, Kiffin very much deserved to be fired, as he had lost control over his team and the program as a whole, but that’s an entirely different discussion.

        • Stephen Carter

          “Dude, the only reason why his tweet got all this attention is because his Daddy is Snoop”<—–NOT TRUE. There was another 4-star recruit from central california with no dad and single working mother who made ugly comments about Kiff and it got national attention, literally!!

        • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

          What does Snoop have to do with what Cordell writes on his twitter?? Those are Cordells opinions , NOT Calvins!!

      • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

        The kats are thirsty!! If it was anybody but DB we would not even be having this discussion!

    • disqus_wD2qThRkJd

      REALLY now??

  • Steve Ramirez

    All I will say is the apple didn’t fall far from the tree. I hope coach Mora understands that.

    • FredJ

      That’s not fair Steve … Ever heard the phrase, don’t judge a book by its cover?

      Fact is, he’s a damn good football player and only a junior with scholarship opportunities awaiting him. But yes, because he’s Snoop’s son, his comments made the rounds on social media. There’s nothing wrong with that, high school kids are commenting on social media all the time.

      • Steve Ramirez

        I just don’t think it shows no class to post what he did, especially from an outsider.

        • FredJ

          That’s what twitter is for, to post your opinions, comments, etc. He has as much right to voice on opinion on the coaching change as you, I or anyone else.

          • Steve Ramirez

            Let’s just say, with the tons of recruits to sign, who do you think a coach will go after more, one who keeps quiet, or one who has baggage by flying off the cuff. It reminds me back in 2000 when the Valley’s best two players — Los Altos’ Shaun Cody and Diamond Bar’s Dominic Robinson — signed their letter of intent to USC and Florida State, respectively. Cody had a quiet signing ceremony among family, friends and myself. Robinson announced on Prime Ticket. I just think if you’re a recruit, you should keep quiet in these situations. There’s a reason my most college coach’s from Saban, to Meyer to Mora put a ban on players being on twitter, and these seems like a good example. If he’s going to say that now, imagine what he might tweet out, when he’s in college about his rival.

          • The Dude

            They’re gonna go after the player that will most help him to win. Considering the amount of high-profile schools interested in him, I think he’s doing just fine for himself.

        • http://sgvtribune.com/ Galileo

          a quadruple negative…or nearly…shop classes do not equate to journalism majors el jefe

          • Steve Ramirez

            Oops…Meant to say I think it shows no class to post what he did, especially from an outsider. To paraphrase the Good Book, he who has not erred, let him throw the first stone! :)

  • OuttaYourMindTrib

    I think it showed poor judgement to even weigh in on it. But when you don’t ever have to work a day in your life, you can have an IDGAF attitude and say whatever comes to mind with no real repercussions.