Last year, Warren G said Nate Dogg was in therapy but needed help.
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"You have a lot of family, friends and fans that still love for Tupac," rapper Warren G said of Issac's confession. "A lot of people aren't going to let something like this go. For a dude who is just now coming out with this, it's bold."
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