Rapper and business mogul Dr. Dre and his wife of 24 years are over.
Nicole Young, the longtime wife of the Beats by Dre co-founder, moved to dissolve her marriage citing irreconcilable differences, multiple reports said on Monday.
Dre, 55, and Young, 50, have been together for nearly 25 years. They first tied the knot back on May 25, 1996, and share two children, son Truice, 23, and daughter Truly, 19.
Since both are adults, no child support is required in split negotiations.
For her part, Young, who is a lawyer by trade, is also seeking spousal support and is being represented by high-power celebrity divorce lawyer Samantha Spector.
According to circulating reports, there is said to have been no signed prenuptial agreement in place and the six-time Grammy winner is said by Forbes to be worth an estimated $1.16 billion.
In 2014, Dre’s popular earphone and sound engineering company, Beats by Dre, was sold to Apple for $US3 billion, which catapulted the rapper and producer to new heights as hip-hop music’s first billionaire.
Dre and his surviving N.W.A. cohort members Ice Cube, MC Ren and DJ Yella were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April 2016.
The Chronic emcee also has four children from previous relationships – daughter La Tanya Danielle Young, 37, and sons Curtis, 38, Marcel, 29, and Andre Young Jr, who died in 2008 of an apparent drug overdose.
Lawyers for Young had no comment while a rep for Dre did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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