Dr Dre rushed to hospital in intensive care after 'brain aneurysm' as rapper, 55, says 'I will be back home soon'

DR. Dre was rushed to the hospital in intensive care after suffering a "brain aneurysm."

The 55-year-old rapper, who is currently battling his ex-wife Nicole Young in their nasty divorce, told fans he "will be back home soon."



TMZ reported the news on Tuesday that Dr. Dre is at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after suffering the brain aneurysm.

Dr. Dre broke his silence on Tuesday night and said he would be "back home soon."

Alongside a snap of himself in the studio on Instagram, Dr. Dre said: “Thanks to my family, friends and fans for their interest and well-wishes.

“I’m doing great and getting excellent care from my medical team. I will be out of the hospital and back home soon. Shout out to all the great medical professionals at Cedars. One Love!!”

Sources close to 55-year-old producer told TMZ that he suffered the aneurysm on Monday before he was rushed by an ambulance to the hospital, where he was taken directly to ICU.


The insider added that the music mogul is stable and lucid, though doctors don't know what caused the bleeding.

They are conducting a battery of tests to determine the cause of the aneurysm.

The scary medial emergency comes as Dr. Dre battles his ex Nicole in court during their nasty divorce battle.

The former couple, who married in 1995, revealed they were divorcing in June 2020 with Nicole citing irreconcilable differences as the reason behind the split.

This will be the second divorce for Nicole, who was previously married to NBA player Sedale Threatt.


The split may not come as a surprise to some fans, as the last time Dr. Dre and his ex were seen together was in February 2020 at a Tom Ford fashion show.

Back in September 2020, it was reported that Nicole was seeking $2million a month in spousal support.

TMZ reported that Nicole accused the producer of hiding valuable assets after they split, such as trademarks for his stage name and "The Chronic" album.

Sources close to the musician told the outlet that Nicole's claim is "ridiculous," noting that it is an attempt to embarrass him.

The insider told TMZ: "They were married in 1996. Chronic came out in '92 and Dr. Dre used his name since the 80's, so it's all his and his alone."

She responded by calling Dre's move an "epic failure and reveals the true nature of his character, or lack thereof."

The former couple share two kids together: Truice, born 1997, and Truly, born 2001.

Dr. Dre has six kids- four daughters and two sons- with five different women.

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