Snoop Dogg proved that he is one to honour his commitments after he took to the stage in Boston at the weekend, just hours after his mother, Beverly Tate, had passed away.
Snoop did however take a moment on stage to pay his respect to his main queen after he changed up his set to honour her.
To honour the author and evangelist, who died on Sunday, Oct. 24 at the age of 70 — Snoop played Ben E. King’s 1961 classic “Stand By Me” and asked the audience to sing along to the track.
Snoop revealed that initially he wasn’t even gonna come out here and perform, but said in the spirit of the people of Boston, he wanted to represent because that’s what his mother would have wanted him to do.
After concluding the sing-along, Snoop told the audience he needed the support and thanked them “for getting his spirit right.