Hip Hop Crooner Nate Dogg Pleads Guilty Print
Written by Robert ID4231   
Tuesday, 25 March 2008 15:17

Nathaniel Hale, better known as hip hop crooner Nate Dogg was sentenced to three years probation and ordered not to carry a weapon for ten years; after pleading guilty to trespassing and battery charges stemming from a 2006 incident.

In that 2006 incident Nate Dogg broke into his ex-girlfriends Huntington Beach home. His ex-girlfriend lived in the house with her mother and new boyfriend. The hip hop crooner punched his ex's boyfriend and left the residence. The hip hop crooner was also ordered to complete a domestic violence treatment program for batterers.

Nate Dogg recently suffered a stroke, which has left the left side of his body paralyzed but his manager Rod McGrew recently revealed to MTV News that the hip hop crooner did not suffer any damage to his brain or his voice, and should fully recover in time .

Nate Dogg is famous in the hip hop community making his mark as a member of Suge Knight’s Death Row Records working along side Tupac (2Pac), Dr. Dre, Snoop, and all the rest of the Death Row Family. He is also a member of the hip hop click 213; along with Warren G and Snoop Dogg.