Nicole Threatt is popular as the wife of Dr. Dre who is a famous rapper as well as a record producer. His wife Nicole played a huge part in his success.
Nicole Threatt Bio, Parents
Nicole Threatt Husband Dr Dre Net Worth
Married Life of Nicole Threatt with Husband Dr. Dre
Nicole married the rapper, Dr. Dre & happily married for over two decades. Nicole and the rapper Dre started dating in the early 90s. After that, they turned their affair to the official relation in 1996. The lovely couple has welcomed two children, a son, Truth Young in 1997, and daughter, Truly Young in 2001. Previously she married to the NBA star Sedale Threatt before she tied the knot with Dre. Dr. Dre also has children from his previous relationship. He welcomed his first son, Curtis Young when he was only 16. In the year 1983, he and Lisa Johnson had a daughter, La Tanya Danielle Young. Not only that he has two more children; son Andre Young Jr. and Marcel. Threatt is a great mother. Currently, they are living a happy life with their babies.
What is the Height of Nicole Threatt?
Nicole has an appealing body figure who stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches. She has brown hair color with a pair of brown eyes color with a white skin tone.
She studied law and completed her graduation in it. Threatt even had worked as an attorney for some law firms before she married her first husband and former NBA star Sedale. But later she started her marital relationship, she terminated her career as an attorney. Even though she is not active in her career. Nicole has been very supportive of her husband Dr. Dre’s career in music. More about her husband Dr. Dre’s career, he is has been an amazing one and Nicole Threatt has been the key to it. Furthermore, he has many hit songs in the past. Similarly, in the year 2001, Dre’s released a song called The Next Episode and it did wonderfully well. His album includes the likes of Compton which released in the year 2015. Chronic which released back in the years 1992 and 2001. His hubby DJ Yella also performed mixes for local radio station KDAY, boosting ratings for its afternoon rush-hour show The Traffic Jam. His earliest recordings were released in 1994 on a compilation titled Concrete Roots.