The popular US rapper, Dr. Dre, and his former wife, Nicole, had been married for about 24 years until they divorced.
Their marriage produced two grown children, known as Truly, a female, and Truth, a male.
The popular rapper's biological name is Andre Young. A few days ago, he appeared in court with his former wife for a trial.
The record label entrepreneur will be providing monthly payments to his former wife if she decides to remain single, according to court records acquired by The Blast.
Nicole Young had a huge breakthrough when a magistrate sentenced Dr. Dre to pay her 300,000 dollars every month for parental care, starting at the beginning of every month, effective from the 1st of August, 2021, according to the decision.
This is about 3.5 million dollars in marital support every year, not considering other costs.
As shown in the court decision, Nicole, who is 51 years old, will be paid 300,000 dollars every month if she decides not to remarry. The benefit will come to an end if she decides to marry or if any of them dies.
Dr. Dre will also give her money for her health care, which is the same thing as what she had rights to when they were married. However, Nicole will be responsible for all other insurance costs.
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