Michel’le‘s highly anticipated and controversial film, “Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Me,” premiered on Lifetime over the weekend. The portrayal of Dr. Dre‘s abuse of Michel’le when they dated years ago ignited a lot of ire from twitter users as they watched the film. Many people even begun talking about boycotting Dr. Dre’s “Beats” brand headphones and other forms of organized showings of contempt for him.
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But everyone who is all up in arms about Dr. Dre’s actions, there are also people who feel like it’s too little, too late. And that, perhaps, Dr. Dre doesn’t need to be punished as a grown man for the horrible actions he carried out in his twenties. Click on the audio player to hear more from Headkrack in this exclusive clip of the Hip-Hop Spot.
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Dr. Dre Dragged On Twitter After Premiere Of Lifetime’s Michel’le Biopic "Surviving Compton"
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We saw two completely different Dr. Dre's in Straight Outta Compton and #SurvivingCompton, smh.— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) October 16, 2016
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I see how Dr. Dre got the name for his headphones #SurvivingCompton— Zoe 🇭🇹 (@YourFavoriteZoe) October 16, 2016
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I must say I don't ever want to love a man the way Michel'E loved dr dre.. I want no parts of it god #survivingcompton— Jasmiine Brown (@eauxdatsjass) October 16, 2016
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How could any person on earth who heard any Dr. Dre lyric be offended they he may have slapped his ex before??? 😂😂😂— Glasses Malone (@gmalone) October 16, 2016
Does Dr. Dre Deserve To Be Hated Now For His Abuse Against Michel’le? [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO] was originally published on rickeysmileymorningshow.com