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Rapper Kurupt DIVORCES WIFE . . . After Learning She Has TERMINAL CANCER!


Legendary 1990s rapper Kurupt divorced his wife - after he found out she had cancer, according to new legal documents filed. This explosive claim was made in new divorce documents filed by Korrupt's estrange wife.

Kurupt  is married to legendary singer Teena Marie’s daughter, Gail Gotti. The west coast rapper, Kurupt, who gained popularity as a key artist on Suge Knights Death Row Records in the 90’s, got married in 2007.

Unfortunately Gail has been diagnosed with TERMINAL cancer - and so she needed her husband now more than ever.

Here are pics from their wedding:


But according to new docs obtained by the website The Blast, Kurupts doing the most DESPICABLE thing possible.

Here's what The Blast is reporting:

She writes, “Our separation definitely hurt, as I could not understand how after 17 years” he abruptly “left me in my time of need when I needed his support and love the most.”

Brown explains that “Before [Kurupt] left our relationship, I was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Although I earned a salary prior to separation and [he] knew I needed the money, when I asked [Kurupt] to assist me with my treatment, he responded “go get a regular job” and I should “get a boyfriend to help me pay for my treatments.”

She also says that when she met Kurupt back in the day, he didn’t have a penny to his name and lived in homes rented by his mother. Brown says they had no car and struggled for years together to get on their feet. She also claims that while Kurupt was the public face of the business, she handled all the behind the scenes matters, including bringing in lucrative business opportunities.

Brown says her thanks after 16 years of marriage was for her estranged husband to inform her that he had a new life with a new woman, and had to focus on providing for his new family. She also claims [Kurupt] suffers from substance abuse issues that have allegedly caused him to become verbally and mentally abusive.

Here's Gail, before her diagnosis:


We're praying for her.