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Dr. Dre has slammed his estranged wife's request for $2 million (£1.4 million) a month in spousal support, insisting her monthly expenses total less than $300,000 (£219,000).
Nicole Young is fighting for a bigger share of Dre's finances after alleging she was pressured into signing a prenuptial agreement prior to their 1996 wedding - before the hip-hop icon became a billionaire.
She previously demanded $2 million a month in temporary spousal support while the exes attempted to reach a settlement in court, and now Dre, real name Andre Young, has hit back.
In new documents obtained by TMZ.com, Dre presents the prenuptial agreement that Young claimed he ripped up shortly after she'd signed it, which states that Young doesn't waive her right to spousal support.
This means that even if the prenup holds up in court, she can expect a hefty monthly sum.
But it won't be $2 million a month - as Dre's attorney has filed a declaration stating that Young's actual monthly expenses come to an estimated $293,306 (£214,752).
Dre's lawyer Laura Wasser adds that Dre has voluntarily paid for all of Young's expenses since they split.
Young also requested an additional $5 million (£3,680,575) to cover attorney's fees, but Dre claims he's already paid nearly a million dollars to Young's attorneys, more than he's paid his own lawyers.
The prenuptial agreement, which Dre has always denied ripping up, also states that any property accrued during the marriage remains separate.
Nicole, who filed to end the 24-year marriage in June, shares two adult children with Dre.
The young Dian delivers another bewitching single, “Bailerina,” assuming more and more of her soul side.
Dian is only twenty years old. She lives between Paris and Dakar. Her mother was a backing singer for the Cameroonian singer and saxophonist Manu Dibango, and also for the Ivorian reggae artist Alpha Blondy. As for her father, he was a percussionist with the Mexican singer and guitarist Carlos Santana. Raised and nourished by music from a young age, Dian ended up singing “Good Girl Gone Bad” in 2020 alongside Crystal Murray, the founder of the Spin Desire label. Following this electro-tinged track, Dian launched her first single “Insanity” back in December, reminding us of the golden age of hip hop. Having been heavily engaged in the fight against stereotypes, this transgender artist has a defined purpose for her energy and is happy to move between musical styles to deliver her message. She is hypnotic on her single “Bailerina”, a soulful tribute to a lost friend. Her minimalist music video allows us to admire Dian’s raw beauty and sensuality in all its wonderful simplicity.
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