In addition to beginning the Nate Dogg Memorial Trust for his late friend, Snoop Dogg is remembering his friend in ink.
On Saturday, the California icon tweeted an image of a new tattoo on his arm, baring the face of the recently deceased singer. The piece, created by the famed Mister Cartoon, also touts the phrase "All Doggs go to Heaven."
Today, March 26, marks the memorial services for Nate Dogg, born Nathaniel Hale. A public funeral began 10 a.m. at the Long Beach Cruise Terminal, where no cameras are allowed. On Sunday, March 27, DJ Quik will host a memorial benefit concert at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Nate Dogg, 41, suffered a stroke and passed away on March 16.