Record Executive David Michery Claims None Of Nate Dogg's Rapper Friends Would Help With Medical Costs Leaving Him & Nate's Estate With $300K Bill. Warren G Says He Did All He Could

 

When Nate Dogg died in March 2011 he left behind a $300,000 medical bill at a treatment facility he stayed in from 2008-2010 after suffering a massive stroke.

 

CareMeridian rehabilitation facilities sued Nate's estate and a record label owner named David Michery to recoup the costs. A judge agreed with CareMeridian and ordered the bill be paid by Michery and Nate's estate.

 

Michery tells TMZ he originally agreed to pay the bill in 2010 only because "none of Nate's so-called rapper friends" would help. Michery claims that CareMeridian told him Nate's life depended on him getting the rehabilitation they could provide.

 

"I was the only person who would come forward because I didn’t want him to die," Michery told TMZ. "Me and Nate have 20 years history together and I did what everyone should have done and tried to save his life ... not let him get kicked out in the streets and die. I would do it again in a minute. I just wish that the people he looked out for all these years and the people who claim to love him so much would help out."

 

Michery says he owns several unreleased Nate Dogg songs, and will sell those to pay off his medical bills.

 

One of Nate's good industry friends was rapper/producer Warren G. He denies turning his back on the singer.

 

"I rode with Nate 'til the end," Warren said. "I did what I could do for him with other things financially. If I was able to pay for his hospital bill, I would have. I made several calls to numerous people for help. I love Nate ... he's my brother."


 

TMZ said they called several other rapper who were supposed to be close to Nate and didn't get a reply back.

 

 

 

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