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Snoop Dogg on Nate Dogg's Death: 'We Lost a True Legend'

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"RIP NATE DOGG. all doggs go to heaven," Snoop Dogg Twittered.

After rapper Nate Dogg died at just 41, Twitter lit up with remembrances of the "Regulate" singer.

"RIP NATE DOGG. all doggs go to heaven yo homie n baby brotha bigg snoopdogg!!" wrote collaborator Snoop Dogg in a series of Tweets.

"I miss u cuzz I am so sad but so happy I got to grow up wit u and I will c u again n heaven cuz u know d slogan," he added. "I love u buddy luv. U will always b wit me 4ever n a day u put the g n g funk u put the 1 n 213 n u put yo stamp on evrybdy u ever didit wit."

"We lost a true legend n hip hop n rnb. One of my best friends n a brother to me since 1986 when I was a sophomore at poly high where we met," Snoop went on.

Rapper and collaborator Daz Dillinger added, "R.I.P. TO MY HOMEBOY NATE DOGG DPGC DOGG POUND GANGSTA 4 LIFE."


#Nate Dogg also became a trending topic.

Nate Dogg (real name: Nathaniel D. Hale) died Tuesday at his home, his family announced. The cause has not yet been revealed.

He suffered strokes in 2007 and 2008.