West Coast rapper Game has paid mentor Dr. Dre the ultimate compliment by tattooing his body with the Doc's first solo album, The Chronic.
Now that we know who is going to the superbowl this year, everyone is putting their bids in...even some of hip hop's heavy hitters.
Check out the vid of TMZ catching up with Dre after coming out of a fancy L.A restaurant talking about the big game, his pick may surprise you. The Good Doctor also touches on this year's Coachella, and his diet.
Video courtesy of TMZ:
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have announced that they are expecting their first baby together! According to reports, Kanye announced the news during a concert in Atlantic City, NJ on Sunday night. Reports also say that Kim's rep has confirmed the pregnancy.
How do you think the 2 will fair as parents....Louis Vutton crib, Versace diapers, at least we know it'll be a stylish baby! lol
All jokes aside....Congrats Kim and Ye!
Let me just say that this is ridiculous. I attended this concert in Auburn Hills and the video footage was not anything disturbing or different than something you would see on television, yet this has spiriled into some huge lawsuit. Get over it Detroit!!! Much worse things have happened especially in the D!!!
A Detroit councilman continues to pursue a lawsuit against Dr. Dre, stemming from a controversial concert in 2000 in Detroit, where a confrontation with police was captured on film and used in a hit DVD.
The Supreme Court of Michigan will hear oral arguments from both lawyers today, in regards to the lawsuit, which was originally filed in 2000, shortly after the release of the Up In Smoke DVD.
Councilman Gary Brown was a police official working the backstage area of the "Up in Smoke Tour" when a meeting was taped backstage at the Joe Louis Arena between officials and producers of the show.
The tour ran into difficulties in Detroit and Auburn Hills, over the showing of a sexually explicit video that also included a shootout.
Brown's conversation was included as a bonus track on the Up In Smoke DVD titled "Detroit Controversy" which caused him and officers Paula Bridges and Greg Bowers to file a $ 3 billion dollar lawsuit against Dr. Dre, which has been dismissed three times by lower courts.
Dr. Dre also sued the cities of Detroit and Auburn in 2007 and was awarded $25,000 and apologies from both cities.
In related news, Dr. Dre has denied reports that his highly anticipated album Detox was due in stores on April 20th.
Article obtained from AllHipHop.com
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