Dr Dre’s house robbed while in hospital for a brain aneurysm
7 Jan 2021 LIFESTYLE
By Entertainment Reporter
According to the Los Angeles Police Department, one day after being admitted to hospital for a brain aneurysm, music mogul Dr. Dre was the victim of an alleged robbery at his hilltop Los Angeles home, and four suspects were arrested.
Dre reported his hospitalization in a public post on his Instagram account Tuesday night and said he is “doing great.”
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Celebrities, including fellow N.W.A. member, Ice Cube, have taken to Twitter to give their good wishes to Dre.
In the late 1980s, along with Ice Cube, Eazy-E and MC Ren, Dr Dre first gained prominence as a member of the landmark Compton group NWA. In 1992, he went on to record and produce the smash-hit “The Chronic” album and in 1993 released the debut album “Doggystyle ” by Snoop Dogg.”
He subsequently made, among others, mega-hit albums for Eminem and 50 Cent, and acted in films such as ‘Set It Off”, “The Wash” and “Training Day.”
In 2014, Dre paid $40 million for a Brentwood mansion owned by Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, the Los Angeles Times reported.