Nate Dogg’s House Goes Into Foreclosure

Nate Dogg’s House Goes Into Foreclosure

Home of the late hip hop star repossessed by lenders.

Published April 11, 2011

Just weeks after the untimely death of hip hop crooner Nate Dogg, TMZ has revealed that his West Coast home is in foreclosure. 

According to the celebrity gossip site, Nate Dogg’s house went into foreclosure on March 17, just two days after he died. He reportedly hadn’t made a payment on his Pomona, California, home since December 2010 and owed $5,924.12 to his lender. 

Known for singing distinctive hooks on legendary West Coast hits like Warren G’s “Regulate,” 2Pac’s “All About U,” Snoop Dogg’s “Lay Low” and Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode,” the 41-year-old icon passed away due to complications related to multiple strokes. He was laid to rest on March 26 after a ceremony at Long Beach’s Queen Mary Dome, attended by an estimated 1,100 friends and family members. 


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Written by Brooklyne Gipson


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