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Nate Dogg’s Baby Mama Goes After His Estate For Unpaid Child Support

Submitted by on April 21, 2013 – 1:32 pm2 Comments
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Even in death, Nate Dogg can’t escape child support. Although the “King of the Hooks” passed away in 2011, one of his baby mamas is fighting to get $339,924 in child support she says she’s owed. According to TMZ:

“The hip-hop legend allegedly was supposed to pay Shereda $4,358 a month, but she claims he never made a single payment. Their child was born in 2006 … Nate passed in 2011.

Shereda says the estate of hip-hop’s Hook Man now owes her the outstanding balance, including payments that have accumulated since Nate died.”

Despite singing the hooks for some of the biggest hits in hip-hop over the last 20 years, Nate reportedly did not have much money when he passed away from complications of multiple strokes. That being the case, I doubt she gets much money out of his estate…or whatever is left of it.

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