Signer Nate Dogg, born Nathaniel Hale, is recovering today after suffering his second stroke with in a year on Sept. 5th.
Mr. Hale, 39, is listed in stable condition and is being kept sedated. Speaking to Sohh.com his road manager Rod McGrew confirmed the reports stating, “He is back in the hospital. He did suffer from a second stroke. He is in stable condition. The prognosis at this time is favorable. We’re positive, prayerful, hopeful and patient.”
Mr. Hale made his hip hop debut in 1992 when he was featured on Dr. Dre‘s “The Chronic” album, later singing to Death Row Records.
Mr. Hale, who is rapper Snoop Dogg’s cousin, suffered his first stroke on Dec. 19, 2007 and was left partially paralyzed.
He made news over the summer when he was arrested in June and charged with stalking after chasing his estranged wife on a Los Angeles freeway. Mr. Hale is to appear in court on Sept. 24 in connection to that case.