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Fabolous’ Nate Dogg Tribute In Toronto

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R.I.P. Nate Dogg

2 Responses to “Fabolous’ Nate Dogg Tribute In Toronto”

  1. big south Says:

    props to my n***a fab and rip to big nate dogg

  2. Tiki Says:

    That was nice of Fab to do a tribute to Nate Dogg. That’s still so sad he was still young. When my cousin and I were younger (small little girls), we use to be like “we have a long time to live before we die”. But in actuality/reality illness hit and can strike anyone at any time! When you’re a young, innocent, child without a care or worry in the world that’s how you think and really look at things and life. It would be nice if life really was like that for everybody but unfortunately it’s not. Now my cousin is actually going through the beginning stages of a case of MS (Multiple Sclerosis). We both in a million years never thought that one of us would go through anything like that. She’s still young, she will be 40 on her next birthday June 23. Thank God she is married and he can help her out with anything she may need help with and with their youngest daughter. The other two daughters are big now. When I use to work on the Med-Surg floor that changed my whole perspective on my life and health. It seemed like everybody had HTN, DM, obese, on dialysis, etc. that was too much for me so I made changes in my life health wise, the things I had control over. Being born with medical conditions is a different story. R.I.P. Nate Dogg

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