A huge congratulations goes out to hip hop mogul Dr Dre and his wife Nicole Threatt.
The couple recently celebrated 22 years of marriage with a helicopter ride and a trip to see musical Hamilton.
Together the couple have two children Truly, 16, and Truice, 21.
The Couple Married In 1996
Dre married Nicole in 1996, the same year he left Death Row Records to start his own label, Aftermath Entertainment.
Dre also has five other children: Curtis Young, La Tanya Danielle Young, Tyra Young, Marcel Young, as well as Andre Young Jr., who passed away in 2008 from a drug overdose.
Nicole Threatt also known as Nicole Young is was born on January 1, 1970, in the United States of America and was raised in the entertainment sector, having been surrounded by well-known personalities. Although nothing much is known about her early life, she is considered as a housewife and as well as a socialite. She is famous as a Wife of Famous Rapper, Record producer, and businessman Dr. Dre.
Nicole Past Career :
Nicole Threatt also known as Nicole Young is was born on January 1, 1970, and although nothing much is known about her early life, she is considered as a housewife and as well as a socialite.
Nicole Threatt studied Law and is an attorney, However, she is not a practicing Lawyer, an indication that she has abandoned her law career. She is largely seen as a housewife as well as a socialite. She is considered as a celebrity as a result of her marriages with a retired NBA player Sedale Threatt and Andre Romelle Young popularly known as Dr. Dre. This is to say that she does not have any recognition to be considered as an established celebrity.
The Couple Were Recently In London
The 53-year-old entrepreneur, his wife Nicole, 46, and his daughter Truly recently attended a screening for his new documentary miniseries.
Dr. Dre – real name Andre Young – was supported by his family as he promoted The Defiant Ones in London‘s Brixton Oval.
The series gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at Dre’s partnership with producer Jim Iovine.
The series featured interviews with a string of the biggest names in pop including Eminem, Nas and Snoop Dogg.