Happy Hanukkah from Dr. Dre.
Each Dr. Dre face has been carefully chosen to correlate with the ‘aftermath’ of the dreidel’s spin.
ג Gimmel, ‘take all,’ is a dreidel player’s dream. It gets a thumbs up from a happy Dr. Dre.
ה Hay, ‘take half,’ is no reason to party, but isn’t too shabby, hence the mildly smug portrait or Dr. Dre.
נ Nun, ‘nothing happens,’ is a boring outcome. A dead-pan Dr. Dre affirms this.
ש Shin, ‘put one in,’ is pretty depressing; the dreidel player loses an M & M or other such playing piece. But shins are seldom a chronic problem in dreidel. Dr. Dre’s definitely overreacting.
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No cause of death was released for the artist, but his family believes it was from complications stemming from strokes he had recently.
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- His real name was Nathaniel D. Hale
- He was a member of the Rollin 20 Crips gang along with Snoop and Warren G
- In 2007, Nate Dogg had a massive stroke, and another stroke in 2008
- In 2002, Nate Dogg appeared on a celebrity episode of the Weakest Link
- He’s collaborated with everyone from Tupac to Mariah Carey