Due To Dr. Dre's Brain Aneurysm, Snoop Dogg And Eminem Finally Ended Their Fight
After Dr. Dre , a close friend and colleague of Eminem 's, got a brain aneurysm last year, the two rappers patched up their petty dispute, as revealed by Eminem. We both said, "Bro, this is ridiculous." The Lose Yourself rapper said much on Wednesday's Paul Pod: Curtain Call 2.
Although Eminem claimed he didn't keep track of who called whom first, he did say that they eventually decided the dispute wasn't worth continuing. Slim Shady, 49, reflected on his album Bitch Please II: "I suppose there was a misconception at the time about him being on my record 'The Mathers LP.
I believe he wanted to do something with me and may have suggested it to you, but you declined the offer before even hearing the music. I'm curious to know the genre of this tune. The message had been garbled when it reached the Sexual Eruption rapper. Snoop, 50, mistook it for Eminem's disinterest in f-king with someone his age.
However, once Dre was hospitalized, the two made up and moved on. Eminem has remarked that Snoop Dogg 's 1993 album, Doggy Style, was a game-changer for him.
In January 2021, Dre, age 57, was admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. As he made his way back to health, the music mogul shared with Page Six in a statement that he was "doing fantastic and getting excellent treatment" from his team of physicians and nurses.
I want to express my gratitude to my family, friends, and fans for their support and interest in my career. Soon, I will be able to leave the hospital and go back to my house. A shout-out to all of Cedars's fantastic doctors, nurses, and other medical staff. One Love!! The wording of the statement read.
After that, the following year, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Eminem, along with Mary J. Blige, 50 Cent, and Kendrick Lamar, rocked the Super Bowl halftime performance.