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Lil F-lo
02.01.2008, 19:16
Berichten zufolge verbrachte Sänger Nate Dogg die Weihnachtsfeiertage in einem Krankenhaus im Panoma Valley Hospital in Kalifornien. Er soll soll dort bereits am 19. Dezember eingeliefert worden sein.

Über den genauen Befund existiert noch kein offizielles Statement seitens des Labels, doch es halten sich hartnäckige Gerüchte, dass Nate - der 1992 den Refrain für den Dr. Dre Klassiker 'The Chronic' trällerte und dadurch seinen Durchbruch hatte - einen Schlaganfall erlitt.

Er muss jedoch nochmal mit dem Glück davongekommen sein, denn er wurde bereits am 26.12. wieder entlassen. Wir wünschen Gute Besserung!

02.01.2008, 19:40
Boah...hoffentlich geht es ihm gut.

IpOp ohne NateDogg und seine Hooks...undenkbar!

"Ima rip this shit, till my bones collapse"

02.01.2008, 20:55
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Lil F-lo
02.01.2008, 20:56
Original geschrieben von Lance1
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wotsch gar nöd wüsse :cool:

02.01.2008, 21:08
Original geschrieben von Lance1
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Lil F-lo
02.01.2008, 21:14
Original geschrieben von eMKay

:D :D :) :brille:

The Blaze
03.01.2008, 00:10
Original geschrieben von Lance1
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mehrere seiten und foren berichten darüber... offiziell gibts (glaubs noch) kein statement...

The Blaze
04.01.2008, 12:51
Nate Dogg Released from Hospital

Earlier this month, Nate Dogg was admitted into Pomona Valley Medical Center in California. While a hospital representative did confirm that the 38 year old was admitted on Dec. 19 and discharged on Dec. 26, they would not release any information concerning the reason for his treatment.

Rumors have been surfacing on the web suggesting that his stay at the hospital was due to a heart attack.

Nate Dogg (born Nathaniel Hale) made his mark on hip -hop by crooning on hooks. He made his debut with his cousin Snoop Dogg, on Dr. Dre's 1992 classic, The Chronic. He went on to be featured on over 60 singles, including "Area Codes" with Ludacris, "The Next Episode" with Snoop and Dre, and "Regulate" with Warren G.

He has also released 3 solo albums.


The Blaze
22.01.2008, 03:14
Nate Dogg Paralyzed After Stroke; Manager Slams Coverage Of 911 Call

Former Death Row recording artist and noted collaborator Nate Dogg is paralyzed on the left side of his body after suffering a mild stroke over the holidays, according to his manager. As MTV News previously reported, Dogg (real name: Nathaniel Hale) is currently in an occupational rehab facility.

The prognosis for a full recovery, however, is good, Nate's rep, Rod McGrew, told MTV News on Thursday night; the singer did not suffer any brain damage nor has his voice been affected, he said.

"Time will tell everything, obviously. The doctor can only guess what the outcome will be," McGrew said. "But based on situations with similar people his age, and based on his health, the prognosis is good right now."

McGrew explained the singer has "neural-muscular issues that have to be jump-started." Those issues extend to his sense of touch and the ability to walk correctly, McGrew said.

Initially, there were conflicting reports surrounding the status of Nate Dogg's health. There was word he'd had a heart attack, before it was correctly noted he suffered from a stroke instead. Also, conflicting reports arose regarding his release from the hospital and whether or not the singer was recovering at his home.

The media interest continued earlier this week when TMZ released an audio clip that McGrew confirmed was Nate Dogg's girlfriend phoning 911 after the singer collapsed.

The reaction to clip — bloggers joked about the caller's monotonous tone during such a crisis — drew McGrew's ire. He said he was dismayed over the interest in such a thing and intends to pursue legal action, although he did not specify what his plans are.

"I'm not sure what people are trying to glean from that tape," he said. "The diagnosis is what it is, and the prognosis is what it is: He had a stroke. The media wants to create something, but I'm not sure what the point is. If you had an emergency and someone was in your presence, they would call 911.

"I'm not in a situation to see who is doing what, but rather tending to [Nate] and making sure he gets back on track," he added.

McGrew requested his client be given as much privacy as possible so his recovery can continue. He has made progress so far, McGrew said, and noted that the singer welcomes all the support he's received since word of his stroke surfaced.

"On behalf of Nate, he would like to thank all of the well wishers, both friends and fans," McGrew said. "He appreciates it deeply, and he plans on fully recuperating and getting back in the studio."

- mtv.com