Andre Romelle Young, better known as Dr. Dre, you are home after having an aneurysm on January 5.
According to the entertainment portal TMZ, The famous rapper was discharged from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center this Thursday, January 15, 10 days after the incident that made him rush to the emergency room.
The portal also reported that the rapper was in the Intensive Care Unit until last Wednesday, that day, the 55-year-old musician was transferred to a private room. According TMZ, lDoctors do not know exactly what caused the aneurysm, so the musician will continue to receive care from home.
Also the rapper Ice T shared the good news through his Twitter account: “I just did a video call with Dr. Dre. He just got home. He is healthy and looks great“Wrote the” Law & Order “star.
Legendary music producer Dr. Dre announced on Tuesday, January 6, that he was “fine” after being hospitalized for a brain aneurysm.
“I am doing very well and receiving excellent care from my medical team”, The musician posted on Instagram when information about his condition began to circulate.
“I will soon be out of the hospital and going home. A big greeting to all the great medical professionals in the [hospital] Cedars. One Love !! ”, he said, thanking the messages of support.
Young is one of the most influential figures in hip hop, having risen to fame with the gangsta rap pioneers NWA in the 1980s. Lhe news of Dre’s hospitalization triggered a host of well-wishes on social media, even from other rappers, with NWA co-founder of Ice Cube, tweeting: “Send your love and prayers to colleague Dr. Dre.”
“GET GOOD DR DRE WE NEED U CUZ,” Snoop Dogg wrote on Instagram.
LL Cool J, a rapper who emerged around the same time as Dre, tweeted that the music mogul was “recovering well”.
his Trip to the hospital came amid a growing COVID-19 crisis in the Los Angeles areaas well as Dre’s high-profile divorce proceedings with his longtime partner, Nicole Young.
Emblem of West Coast rap, André Young, who is the original name of Dr. Dre, triumphed both with the group NWA (“Straight Outta Compton”, 1988) and in his solo career (“The Chronic”, 1992) .
He has also been a top-level producer who has signed albums like Snoop Dogg’s “Doggystyle” (1993) or Eminem’s “The Slim Shady LP” (1999).
In the following decade, he founded Death Row Records and later Beats Electronics, a company focused on the production of headphones and sound equipment that was sold to Apple in 2014 for $ 3.2 billion.
As an actor, he has excelled in the films “The Wash” and “Training Day” (both from 2001), while as a film producer he excelled in “Straight Outta Compton” (2015), a film that narrated NWA’s career.