The late crooner’s estate, estimated to be worth $2.7 million, will go to his wife and kids. Hip-hop star Nate Dogg’s wife will also benefit financially.

The singer’s wife LaToya Calvin, his living children, and their moms engaged in a protracted legal struggle that culminated in the most recent development about Nate Dogg’s fortune. The $2.7 million from the inheritance will be divided equally between Nate Dogg’s wife and his nine children by other women, according to court documents that Radar Online was able to get.

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Before the final estate assessment was established, all of Nate Dogg’s outstanding bills, including the $144,000 in unpaid taxes to the IRS, had been settled and accounted for. Furthermore, as of the payout date, he has fulfilled all of his financial responsibilities to his children.

As LaToya Calvin, the rapper’s wife, appointed herself as the estate’s executor, she got entangled in a contentious legal battle with six of the rapper’s children over the estate’s value and distribution.

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Even though the rapper’s kids objected and presented evidence that their father had filed for divorce from Calvin only a few weeks before he passed away, it was concluded that Calvin was Nate Dogg’s legitimate wife at the time of his death and that she was therefore entitled to receive money from his inheritance.

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In the course of the court case, it was also discovered that, contrary to what was first thought, Nate Dogg had fathered nine children in total.

On March 15, 2011, Nate Dogg departed from this life after suffering from years of health issues brought on by several strokes. When he passed away, he was 41 years old.

Nate Dogg, a Long Beach, California native, started his career as a member of the group 213 with Snoop Dogg and Warren G. He later made notable performances on several Death Row Records releases, such as Snoop’s Doggystyle album and Dr. Dre’s The Chronic album.

Throughout his career, he put out three studio albums: G-Funk Classics, Vol. 1 & 2 (1998), Music & Me (2001), and his self-titled CD in 2003. Nate Dogg, who is well-known for his powerful yet smooth voice, contributed his tenor to many successful songs for other artists in the 1990s and 2000s.

Warren G’s 1994 hit song “Regulate,” Mos Def’s “Oh No,” Fabolous’s “Can’t Deny It,” Ludacris’ “Area Codes,” and Eminem’s “‘Till I Collapse” are among these songs.