Rapper Nate Dogg (whose real name is Nathaniel Dwayne Hale) was laid to rest in a private ceremony on Saturday (March 26). The ceremony — which took place at the Queen Mary Dome in Long Beach California — was attended by close friends and family of Nate Dogg, including Snoop Dogg, The Game and Warren G.
No cameras were allowed at the private ceremony, as noted by Nate Dogg’s siter Pamela Hale-Burns. “We appreciate all the words of encouragement and all the thoughts and prayers they have been sending our way,” she said. “Remember my brother for what he loved — doing his music.” However, although cameras were not allowed at the actual ceremony, photos of the stars arriving at the burial were leaked online, and can be viewed by clicking here.
From all of us here at Etidbits.com, we send our condolences to the friends and family of Nate Dogg.