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Ice Cube Tells Howard Stern About Dr. Dre Reconciliation, “Hating” ‘Boyz N The Hood’ (AUDIO)

Truth rating: 10
Ice Cube Howard Stern Show 2016 Interview


Ice Cube revealed on Tuesday’s “Howard Stern Show” how he and Dr. Dre reconciled after years of not speaking, why he “hated” Boyz n the Hood the first time seeing it, and much more. Listen to audio from the interview here!

Suge Knight Wanted To Make Peace With Dr. Dre Before Murder Arrest For Hit And Run Of Terry Carter

Truth rating: 4
Suge Knight Dr Dre Hit Run

Suge Knight was supposedly on a mission of peace, to settle his differences with Dr. Dre, before he ended up running his truck over two men and being charged with murder. Sources in the rap mogul’s camp claim his presence at the scene of the crime was to make peace with Dr. Dre, with whom he’s feuded for years.

Dr. Dre Celebrates Beats Mega Deal: I’m “First BILLIONAIRE In Hip Hop!” (VIDEO)

Truth rating: 10


Dr. Dre is close to finalizing a $3.2 billion deal with Apple for Beats — and he’s partying.

The music mogul declares himself “the first billionaire in hip hop” in a wild video shared by his pal Tyrese Gibson.

VIDEO: Diddy & Mase Perform “Mo Money Mo Problems” at Dr. Dre Grammys Party

Truth rating: 10
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Diddy and Mase reunited to perform “Mo Money Mo Problems” and other retro hits at a pre-Grammys party on Friday.

Forbes 25 Highest-Paid Musicians of 2012



Forbes has released its list of the Highest-Paid Musicians of 2012, and Dr. Dre is on top.

The hip-hop mogul raked in $110 million in total earnings from May 2011 to May 2012, thanks in large part to his Beats headphones line.

Who else made the cut?

Dr. Dre Under Fire for Fox Fur Headphones


Animal rights group PETA is upset with Dr. Dre and Oscar de la Renta over a pair of limited edition fox fur headphones.

The special “Beats by Dre” headphones – on sale for a cool $695 through De La Renta’s website – deliver “rich, full sound from a portable and stylish unit.”

But they’re also “covered” in “luxe silver fox,” and PETA is not pleased.

Nate Dogg Dies at 41 From “Complications of Multiple Strokes”

Truth rating: 10

Rapper Nate Dogg died late Tuesday.

He was 41.

The cause of death was “complications from multiple strokes,” according to sources, including attorney Mark Geragos.

The vocalist, whose real name was Nathaniel Dwayne Hale, had endured health problems in recent years, suffering strokes in 2007 and 2008.

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