Divorces, celebrity or civilian, can get ugly, but this is next level. Dr. Dre was reportedly served with divorce documents while he was in a cemetery burying his grandmother.
Combined, the five acts have 19 No. 1 albums and 43 Grammy awards between them.
Apparently Nicole Young's legal fees topped $4 million as her lawyer, Samantha Spector, was charging her $1,100 an hour
On Twitter, the popular figure is the topic of discussion after news that he was ordered by a judge to pay his ex-wife $300,000 monthly for the rest of her life or until she enters a domestic partnership.
It seems one of Dr. Dre’s biggest projects is finally complete. His divorce to his long-time wife is finally complete. As spotted on TMZ the legendary producer officially has formally ended his marriage to Nicole Young. According to the celebrity news site the judge presiding over their case has approved the break up thus legally ending their […]
A leaked snippet played by a member of the AfterMath's production team featured bars from the legendary Compton producer that were aimed at his ex-wife and references his recent hospital stay.
The pair sparked dating rumors after being spotted leaving a L.A. restaurant.
While it may seem like Young is just looking for dirt on her soon to be ex-husband, the issue actually has monetary consequences should it be revealed that he was funding the lives of other women in his life.
According to TMZ, there is at least some headway on that front. For now, Dr. Dre has agreed to pay Young a one-time sum of $2 million while the former couple continues to iron out their final divorce settlement.
The 55-year-old mogul suffered the brain aneurysm on Monday (January 4) and has been hospitalized at Cedars Sinai Medical Center ever since.
Once again we are reminded that the pen is mightier than the sword in Hip-Hop. Dr. Dre’s wife might need to lower her expectations when it comes to their separation. As spotted on TMZ the Compton icon made it clear he deals with receipts. This week his legal team provided the courts the original prenuptial document […]
Since filing for divorce Young claimed that Dr. Dre forced her to sign a prenup in 1996 only to tear up the contract a few years into the marriage. She also claims that they both agreed that the prenup was "null and void" at some point. We're not sure that counts in a court of law, but we're not lawyers over here either.