Nate Dogg’s Caretakers Sue His Estate –Tha Wire [VIDEO]
As you know Nate Dogg's death shocked everyone last year and while his family struggles to deal with their loss, now they have to deal with his bills. Nate Dogg's estate is being sued by the company that cared for him ever since he suffered his second stroke in 2008. They say they haven't been paid and that their own hundreds of thousands of dollars for their services. Legal papers obtained by TMZ indicate that a judge has entered a default judgment and orders have been givin to Nate's estate to pay up. Press play for all the details you wont believe the amount the company is suing for.
In other news, the you know what is about to hit the fan! The original Basketball Wives season 4 and coming back and believe it or now for even more drama. Check this out!
Oh.......ok then. Good Lord those girls can bring some drama. I'm tired already. LOL!! Anyway, word has it Chad is changing his last name AGAIN. Press play for all the juicy details with Tha Wire.
Moving on, in more news Suge Knight got himself arrested again. This go around might get him sent back to jail. As a so called routine traffic spot turned up a felony. Finally, musics biggest night takes place this weekend. Some excitement is starting to build about Chris Browns performance. Chris will be performing for the first time since his arrest in 2009. He has made a hell of a comeback and everyone is gonna be tuning in to see what he's gonna do, plus for the first time since her vocal cord surgery Adele will take the stage and Nicki Minaj will premiere another song from her much anticipated album. So be sure to tune in. Press play to hear Tha Wire now:
HERE'S TODAY'S BONUS STORY:
Diddy always has something going on, I guess that's why he's so successful though. Now, he's putting on his film producer hat as he'll serve as executive producer on a remake of the Oscar-nominated documentary Undefeated.
Although the project will have a limited release on the 17th of this month, it's nominated for an Academy Award this year. The documentary is centered around several young student athletes and the volunteer coach who guides them through a rough but, rewarding football season in Memphis.
This is actually the second time Diddy was at the helm as of a film. He produced and had a starring role in the re-vamped version of A Raisin In The Sun and also produced Notorious, Making The Band and HBO's P. Diddy Presents the Bad Boys of Comedy. So, I guess it's safe to say he's had a little practice.
Here's what Diddy had to say about his new project " It had a profound effect on me and I couldn't get it out of my mind when I saw it. There is so much truth and so much hope in this film and I feel passionately that everyone who sees it will be inspired". Well, hopefully a theater here at home will be one of the few that's scheduled to carry it, so we'll get that chance.