Dr. Dre's estranged wife served him with divorce papers during his grandmother's funeral
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Dr. Dre was served divorce papers when he buried his grandmother in a cemetery, TMZ reported.
The rapper was approached on Monday by a process server who works for ex-wife Nicole Young.
He was furious and refused to take the papers. They were left in the cemetery so that he could get them later.
Dr. Dre was served divorce papers in a cemetery while his grandmother was buried, TMZ reported.
The 56-year-old rapper was in the cemetery on Monday when a lawyer for his estranged ex-wife tried to deliver legal documents to him.
Some claimed to TMZ that Dre was served at his grandmother's grave, while those close to his ex-wife, 51-year-old Nicole Young, told the point of sale that he was served in the parking lot.
Dre was reportedly angry and refused to take the papers. Instead, according to TMZ, they were left for him to pick up later.
Dre and Young married in 1996. The couple announced their divorce in June 2020.
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