‘That’s Another Level of Evil’: Dr. Dre Allegedly Served Documents Regarding His Divorce from Estranged Wife Nicole Young During Funeral for Grandmother, Fans Left Speechless

Dr. Dre just took what many call the "sickest" phrase to date.
According to gossip and entertainment news website TMZ, an unidentified source claims that Beats Entertainment's founder, whose real name is Andre Romelle Young, has been served legal documents relating to his divorce from estranged wife, Nicole Young - more specifically, records of Young's legal fees .
LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 11: Dr. Dre (L) and Nicole Young attend the City of Hope Spirit of Life Gala 2018 at Barker Hangar on October 11, 2018 in Santa Monica, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison / Getty Images)
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The incident is said to have occurred on Monday, October 18, when the 56-year-old buried his grandmother. Sources say the server - sent on behalf of Young - went to Dre who was allegedly standing right next to his loved ones' coffin and tried to give him the documents.
The "Nuthin 'but a G Thang" host was so angry that witnesses said he refused to accept the paper because of the way they were presented.
However, representatives from Young, a former attorney, denied these reports and told the outlet that the hip-hop mogul would be served in the parking lot after the funeral. Still, many social media critics found the action insensitive, including a Twitter user who described the incident as "The Sickest Shit Ever That Can Only Be Seen In Sh-t Movies".
Another person condemned the reported incident, stating, “No matter what Dr. Dre did (and I know he did some dirty things in his life, I don't ignore it) the only thing he didn't deserve is to have divorce papers delivered to a funeral for loved ones. "That person added, "That is another level of evil that I cannot understand."
While some speculated that this might just have happened because the producer might have dodged Young's other attempts, many still pushed back, arguing that "some decency and empathy would have been nice, especially given the time / place he was served ".
The media company reported that the details of the documents requested Dre to pay a balance of $ 1,224,567 for Young's legal fees. A native of Compton, California, initially had to spend $ 1.5 million but barely scratched the surface after paying just $ 325,433.
Dr's split from his 24-year-old wife has been far from peaceful since his ex-wife filed for divorce last June. Abuse allegations were made by Young, although Dre has repeatedly denied these allegations. Meanwhile, the upcoming Super Bowl halftime actor said his former partner stole $ 350,000 from a bank account he set up for his Studio One studio in Sherman Oaks, California.
Earlier this year, a judge granted the former couple's motion to be legally unmarried, which appears to be the only thing both parties have agreed on since the trial began.
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