Snoop Dogg has shared some devastating news over the weekend.
His mother, Beverly Tate, remains in the hospital amid a health battle.
In an Instagram post, the 49-year-old shared on Sunday, "Happy Sunday. Me and my brothers went to c mama today and she opened up her eyes to c us and let us know she still fighting."
"God is good thanks for all the prayers 1 day at a time."
In the picture, the California native was surrounded by loves ones.
Meanwhile, celebrity friends of the "Drop It Like It's Hot" rapper sent their love and prayers, including Jamie Foxx, Busta Rhymes, Bow Wow and Lizzo.
This wasn't the first time Snoop Dogg shared an update on his mom and her health battle.
In May, the "Young, Wild & Free" hitmaker took to social media to share a picture of his mother alluding to a family issue that also asked for well wishes.
He captioned the post, "Sending special prayers out for my mom this morning y'all pray for her and me."
In another video update, the "Gin and Juice" thanked friends and fans who prayed for his mother and all the well wishes.
Snoop even said in the video that he needs to be strong and to continue pushing on.
"They say God don't put nothing on your shoulders you can't handle. I'm being tested right now, ya'll. Make sure ya'll pray for me and my family."
That same month, the "Nuthin But A G'Thang" rapper also shared a picture with his mom, praising her for her persistence in raising him despite the conditions.
There are no other details on what could be wrong with Snoop Dogg's mom if her health battle is life-threatening.
Snoop Dogg's mom is a massive influence on the rapper's life. Recently, Beverly Tate convinced him to apologize to Gayle King for bringing up Kobe Bryant's past legal issues in the wake of the Los Angeles Lakers' death.
According to People magazine, Snoop said, "My mother raised me in church, and she raised me to respect women."
He went on to say, "It was certain things she said to me that took me back to being a little kid. And when your mama can make you feel like a kid, that's when you gotta get right."
Two days later, after the rapper's apology, Gayle accepted it and told the Associated Press, "I accept the apology and understand the raw emotions caused by this tragic loss."