Nate Dogg Dies- Reggae Artist Dies in Police Raid- Charlie Sheen Expands Tour- Survivor Hatch Returns To Prison- Rihanna Vs Father- Aflac Duck Fired- more

03/16/2011
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The Day in Pop Digest for 3/16/11: (Billboard) Nate Dogg, the California rapper whose real name is Nathaniel D. Hale, died at the age of 41 on Tuesday (Mar. 15). The news was first reported by Long Beach, Calif. newspaper the Press-Telegram, which did not specify the cause of death; TMZ has since confirmed the report. more

(BBC) British reggae artist Smiley Culture dies during a police raid at a house in Surrey, days before he had been due to go on trial accused of drugs offences more

(AP) Charlie Sheen is bringing his "Violent Torpedo of Truth" tour to five more venues, including New York's famed Radio City Music Hall. more

(Billboard) "American Idol" contestant Casey Abrams missed last Thursday's live elimination episode after being hospitalized for a second time since the season began. Fortunately, the fan favorite said that he's "feeling really good." more

(AP) Reality TV star Richard Hatch presented himself to U.S. marshals in Rhode Island on Monday to begin a nine-month prison sentence for failing to pay taxes on the $1 million he won on first season of the CBS show "Survivor." more

(Jam!) Rihanna has taken aim at her father for selling tall tales and candid family photos to the tabloids. more

(FMQB) The Black Eyed Peas shot their latest video for the single "Just Can't Get Enough" in Tokyo only a few days before the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan. more

(AP) Aflac Inc. said Monday it has fired Gilbert Gottfried, the abrasive voice of the insurer's quacking duck in the U.S., after the comedian posted a string of mocking jokes about the earthquake and tsunami in Japan on Twitter over the weekend. more

(AP) The doctor charged with involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson's death has received a public letter of reprimand from the Medical Board of California acknowledging actions taken against him in Nevada over child support. more

(FMQB) Snoop Dogg will be the next artist to perform as a part of CBS' Live On Letterman series of webcasts. Snoop will perform Tuesday, March 29 more

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