Comedienne Luenell called out music mogul as a "notorious woman beater" who gets a pass because he's "popular."
In an interview with VladTV, Luenell discussed the longstanding rumors about Dr. Dre's pimp hand. Multiple women over the years have insisted they were punched, and even shot at by Dre, who allegedly struggled with his sexuality as a young man.
Luenell was not at all sympathetic that Dre was, at the time of her interview, still in a Los Angeles hospital after allegedly suffering a brain aneurysm. She said a lot of women weren't hoping Dre pulled through.
"Now, one would say, does Dre get a pass at being such a notorious woman beater because he makes good music? One would say. One would say that some people ain't gonna be praying for Dr. Dre. A lot of women, you know, but you can get a pass, it seems, if you're popular, you know. He a notorious woman beater. I love Dr. Dre's music, don't get it f*cked up, and I don't want to see any of our icons die, rest in peace to Ecstasy, you know."
She continued: "...Some of the charges his wife was making was even that he had been violent with her. His track record sucks."
Luenell added that Dr. Dre's alleged violence toward women is a "character flaw" that he just can't seem to control. "He might go years and not do it and then he might just go off."
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Faizon Love doubled down on his criticism of semi-retired rap mogul Jay Z. In a new interview with DJ Vlad, the rotund actor took another jab at his favorite target, calling the father-of-5 a "fake drug dealer" and "a puppet."
Love, 52, implied that Jay Z's drug kingpin pretense throughout his career led to young rappers being killed in the streets today.
"Jay Z creates this drug dealing lord. I'm a drug dealer, I'm a drug lord. These kids are like, 'We gotta do it, too' to be like Jay Z. Not knowing that this is all made up sh*t," Love said.
The actor said Jay Z's former drug partner, Dehaven, was the real drug kingpin while Jay Z was "eating chips."
"Dehaven knows the truth," said Faizon. "Listen to me. I heard one dude say, 'Jay-Z had so much money, drawers full of money.' If he had so much money why does he have to go to [Kareem] Biggs [Burke] to start a record company? Just go start it yourself. All the money's yours."
Vlad cut to a clip that shows Dehaven stuttering when Vlad asked him about Jay Z's role in the drug organization. Dehaven never mentioned any particular role Jay Z played in the drug game.
"That's why I was like ohh, this n***a is a puppet," said Love. "Can you imagine Jay Z fighting somebody in the streets? Somebody slap him, take his cocaine, what he gon' do?"
Love imitated Jay Z crying into an imaginary phone: "'Hey, they got my cocaine, Dehaven.' No, you gotta go to work!"
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