Late West Coast hip-hop artist Nate Dogg‘s California home was reportedly foreclosed days after he passed away from medical complications last month.
Details of the foreclosure landed on the Internet Monday (April 11).
In a heartbreaking turn of events, TMZ has learned a home belonging to rapper Nate Dogg was foreclosed on last month … just two days after he passed away. According to papers filed on March 17, Nate Dogg (real name Nathaniel Hale) had fallen behind on his mortgage payments on his Pomona, CA home … to the tune of $5,924.12. According to the docs, Nate hadn’t made a payment on the home since December, 2010. (TMZ)
Following the singer’s death, rap newcomer YG told SOHH about his relationship with Nate’s son.
“I’m a big fan of Nate Dogg,” YG told SOHH. “Nate Dogg’s son is like my little brother’s homeboy, we’re cool. So I’m gonna do something for him and when he passed away, I tweeted, “Rest In Peace Nate Dogg” a couple times and everybody re-tweeted it. I grew up listening to Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, the whole 213. Nate Dogg is a f*cking legend. And that sh*t is f*cked up but it’s life. I’ve known Nate’s son for about two years or so. I used to stay in these apartments out in Long Beach and his son used to stay out over there. He was real cool with my little brother. So I’ve known him for about two years.” (SOHH)
Fellow West Coast rapper Snoop Dogg got a Nate Dogg tattoo on his arm following his passing.
Snoop Dogg has found an interesting way to remember his friend Nate Dogg, who died earlier this month. The “Gin and Juice” rapper got a tattoo sleeve of Nate on his arm, with the phrase “All Doggs go to Heaven” written underneath. “Tha tattoo u been waitin 2 c. My bro Nate Dogg by @Misterctoons,” Snoop wrote on his Twitter page and posted a pic of the image on Saturday. (Us Magazine)
In late March, a funeral was held in the memory of Nate Dogg.
On a dark and damp Saturday morning (March 26), thousands of family, friends and fans turned out for one last show from their hero, rap legend Nate Dogg, who was laid to rest in his hometown of Long Beach. Inside the Long Beach Cruise Terminal, lights shined down on the wooden coffin adorned with red and white flowers. Two jumbo screens on opposite sides of his casket flashed six different photos of the singer from a childhood boy, when he was known to family as “Buddy,” to the platinum singer known to the world as Nate Dogg. West Coast rap artists including Dr. Dre, Game, DJ Quik, Mack-10 and WC, DJ Pooh, Battlecat and others were on hand to pay their respects to the singer with platinum vocal chords. (MTV)
Check out a Nate Dogg tribute down below: