It was reported on Friday (September 18) that Dr. Dre’s estranged wife, Nicole Young, filed a lawsuit against the Hip Hop mogul, claiming she is co-owns the name “Dr. Dre” and his iconic album “The Chronic”.
Fif gave his thoughts on these claims and at the same time made it possible to promote the starz app. “👀entitlement is a mother f–ker, Hustle harder Hustle smarter available where all books are sold. #Starzplay get the app,” 50 Cent wrote in the caption via Instagram.
Page Six was able to obtain the filing papers which stated, “Two days after the threat, Nicole had no choice and initiated divorce proceedings. Andre’s transparent and reprehensible scheme to transfer these assets away, without Nicole’s knowledge or consent, so he could retain more for himself in a divorce from his wife of 24 years, and the mother of his three children, is an epic failure and reveals the true nature of his character, or lack thereof.”
Dr. Dre and 50 Cent have had a close personal and business relationship that dates back to 2002. After putting out multiple mixtapes, 50 Cent landed a deal with Shady/Aftermath Records led by Eminem and Dre.
Earlier this month Fif would also take it to Instagram voicing his thoughts on Nicole Young seeking $2 million a month in support. “👀😆these bi–hes be crazy how do you even ask for 2 million a month.”