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American Music Mogul Dr Dre To Pay $1.5m Legal Fee To Estranged Wife, Nicole Young

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American music mogul, Dr Dre has been ordered by a court to pay $1.5M to his estranged wife, Nicole Young, as their messy divorce case rages on. 

 

 

In the order, the judge in the divorce case ruled this week that the veteran rap artiste pay Young another $1.55 million in legal fees and costs — after already coughing out over $2 million to his estranged wife.

 

 

The judge estimated that Nicole’s reasonable legal fees in the case so far should total $3 million, plus costs. Dre will now have to pay $1 million towards the balance of her fees, plus another $550,000 in costs associated with the case, the judge ruled, PageSix.com reports. 

 

 

The payment would be for fees and costs through July 2, 2021. But it is unclear what the eventual tab will be moving forward in the case.

 

 

Young and her lawyers had previously said fees in the case were close to $4 million. The court papers reflect that Young’s legal tab can cost up to $1,100 per hour. She is being represented in the case by hotshot celebrity attorney, Samantha Spector.

 

 

The judge further ruled, as had been previously ordered, that Dre should pay Nicole $293,306 in monthly temporary spousal support — and that Dre must also pay for household costs including security, insurance, gardening, taxes, repairs and maintenance, retroactive to September 1, 2020.

 

 

That comes to $3,812,987 over the past year, the judge estimated in the ruling, adding that the previously paid living expenses that Dre had turned over already may not have included all the costs for the home. The ruling also said that the parties must confer on any added expenses Dre owes Young on the household costs by next month.

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A MUST ATTEND! ‘INVASION PARTY’ LIKE NO OTHER WITH KING SEGUN BLESSING (KSB) IN LAGOS ON OCTOBER 10, 2021

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King Segun Blessing (KSB) a talented Juju musician of international repute popularly known as Mr. Laka is planning something big like never been seen in this part of the world tagged- Invasion Party.

 

The talk of the town coming event will herald the re-launch of his company known as BigTr33 Entertainment– a one stop hub for music production, Photo-shoot, live band, audio-visual, recording & rehearsal studios, video production, live streaming, events & shows performances.

 

Checks showed that the rebranded company- BigTr33 Entertainment strategically located at 24, Dipeolu Street, Off Awolowo Way, Ikeja, Lagos also housed KSB Golden Tones and newly double equipped Digital and Analogue Studios for recordings and music equipments for rental.

 

Further findings revealed that King Segun Blessing the bubbling musician has been working silently behind the scenes since his arrival back in Nigeria to take his music and company to the next level.

 

Since he relocated back to Nigeria from his base in United Kingdom, he has achieved so much to the admiration of his contemporaries. And, those who should know disclosed that the easy going musician just had a private house warming for his multi-million naira mansion built in Lagos.

 

Information available also revealed that he just bought a new staff bus and truck for the newly acquired music equipments for the company.

 

The top notch forthcoming Invasion Party like no other would feature King Segun Blessing, King Saheed Osupa, Shilloh, Xabitee, Dr. Smile, Ifakaleluya, Dr. Frick, Honey Tongue, DJ Maxwell on the wheel of steel and many more up and coming acts to spice up the groove.

 

The must attend Invasion Party is positioned to be a new sign post for quality concert to be remembered during the Independence festive season as it is definitely going to be a colourful show with glitz and glamour billed to take place on Sunday, October 10, 2021 at the prestigious Excellence Hotel Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos starting with the Red Carpet by 2.00pm and the Main Event by 3.00pm prompt.

 

King Segun Blessing (KSB) the self-acclaimed crown king of modern Juju music will also be launching 7-In-1 Bumper Collection Albums at the Invasion Party for his numerous fans and special guests to have in their music collections like no one ever done.

 

 

It is a premium concert designed for family bonding, merry-moments, a great time with fans and associates and you can get a Regular Ticket 2kVIP Ticket 5k, Table for 5 @100K and Table for 10 @ 200k at the BigTr33 Entertainment office or the venue to be part the Invasion Party.

 

The Invasion Party is a unique concert that is set to treat its audience to an evening of great music, comedy, dance, fun, and un-parallel entertainment. Those in the know squealed that the anticipated audience will surely get the value for their money and maximum security is guaranteed.

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Tupac Shakur’s Murder 25 Years On

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It was 25 years ago on September 7, 2021 that  legendary rapper Tupac Shakur, or 2Pac, was shot four times in the chest while waiting at a stoplight in Las Vegas.

 

 

The iconic hip hop artist was riding shotgun in a car driven by Death Row Records head Marian “Suge” Knight on September 7, 1996 when a white Cadillac pulled up alongside them on Flamingo Road and opened fire.

 

 

At least 12 shots were fired, four of which struck Tupac and one of which grazed the head of Suge Knight.

 

 

Tupac died six days later from the fatal blows. He was 25 years old.

 

 

Despite it taking place on a busy street, a block away from the Las Vegas Strip, no one has ever been arrested for Tupac’s murder, Yahoo News reports.

 

 

Tupac’s demise has prompted many conspiracy theories, with many pointing the finger at the Southside Crips, a gang from Compton, California. Tupac was involved with the Mob Piru Bloods, who are a known rival of the Crips.

 

 

It’s said Tupac “signed his death warrant” when he and his Bloods bodyguards beat one of Crips members, Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson, in the lobby of the Bruce Seldon vs. Mike Tyson fight venue earlier that night.

 

 

 

Kady confirmed it was Anderson who later pulled the trigger in the drive-by-shooting that ultimately “cost him his life.”

 

Others, like Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chuck Philips, posited that it was Tupac’s friend-turned-rival Biggie Smalls (real name Christopher Wallace) who ordered the hit on the rapper and gave his attackers the gun.

 

 

It’s well known that Wallace had previously offered to pay the Crips $1m for the hit.

 

 

The public feud between the two rappers previously inspired the pair’s infamous beef tracks – Biggie’s Who Shot Ya? and Tupac’s savage response Hit ‘Em Up.

 

 

To this day, Hit ‘Em Up is considered the greatest ‘diss track’ of all time, with violent threats made toward Biggie and fellow East Coast rappers.

 

 

It’s said the song’s release only exacerbated the East Coast-West Coast hip hop rivalry of the ‘90s and played a role in Tupac’s death – as he was shot three months after its release.

 

Tupac’s death set off a series of events, which saw Biggie gunned down in a hit ordered by the West Coast rapper’s friend Suge Knight. It was a gun-for-hire Wardell “Poochie” Fouse who pulled the trigger.

 

 

Both Anderson and Poochie were killed before they could be charged. Anderson was shot and killed collecting a drug debt in 1998, while Poochie was gunned down riding his motorcycle in 2003.

 

As a result, the Tupac and Biggie cases remain “technically” unsolved.

 

 

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Music Star, Sanmi Michael Bags Ambassadorial Deal

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Nigerian born and American based music star, King Sanmi Michael popularly known as Akile Atugba is a very happy person, as the highly creative and talented singer just bagged ambassadorial deal from Base of believe entertainment.

 

 

 

We learned that Sanmi Michael was picked due to his immense contribution to the growth and development of music in diaspora and America in particular.

 

 

 

While speaking with us, Sanmi Michael who started music at tender age said is very happy to be picked as ambassador by the Base of believe entertainment.

 

 

 

‘I’m very happy to be brand ambassador, this would enable me to put more efforts in my music. I also thanked the management of Base of believe entertainment for the great opportunity’.

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