Eminem Says Dr. Dre’s Brain Aneurysm Ended Beef With Snoop Dogg

The two rappers recently teamed up on their latest track “From The D 2 The LBC.”

Eminem has shared that he and Snoop Dogg were able to end their feud after their mutual close friend and collaborator, Dr. Dre suffered a brain aneurysm back in 2021.

Speaking on the Paul Pod: Curtain Call 2 podcast, Em explained a little further in detail on why he and the west coast rapper squashed their beef.

“We were like, ‘Bro, this is stupid. This is stupid as hell to be feuding right now,’” the “Lose Yourself” the “Lose Yourself” artist shared.

While he was unable to recall who sparked up the conversation first, they did both agree that their tiff was not worth continuing.

“I think there was a miscommunication at the time in regards to him being on my album ‘The Mathers LP,’ ‘Bitch Please II,’” the 49-year-old said.

RELATED: MTV VMAs 2022: Snoop Dogg And Eminem Perform Metaverse-Inspired Single ‘From The D 2 The LBC’

“I think he wanted to do something with me, and maybe gave you the idea or something, and you just said something to the effect of, ‘Let’s hear what the song is first. Let’s hear what the type of song is.’,” Em continued adding that comments got lost over time and Snoop took it as the Detroit rapper not wanting to “f**k with him.”

But once the news broke that Dre had been hospitalized, Em and Snoop put their trivial issues in the past.

RELATED: Dr. Dre Describes Near-Death Experience After Brain Aneurysm previously reported that the award-winning producer appeared on the Dolvett Quince’s Workout the Doubt podcast where he recalled the near-fatal health scare.

The well-known producer spent two weeks in an intensive care unit at a Los Angeles hospital.

“I’m at Cedars-Sinai hospital and they weren’t allowing anybody to come up, meaning visitors or family or anything like that, because of COVID, but they allowed my family to come in. I found out later, they called them up so they could say their last goodbyes because they thought I was outta here,” he said.

Dre recalls not being privy to his condition and having his family surround his hospital bed as he laid there was “crazy.”

He had to be woken up every hour for two weeks due to his condition. "Basically looking like sobriety tests. Like touch a nose, rub your heels on your calf,” he said.

Despite the severity of his condition, feeling extremely exhausted and not eating for two weeks, he didn’t panic and “never felt like I was in trouble. I felt like OK, ‘I’m just going through the procedure and I’m ready to go home,” he said. “Some might say I came out a bit stronger than ever before.”

Most recently, Snoop and Em were seen on the MTV Video Music Awards 2022 stage to perform their latest hit “From The D 2 The LBC.”

During the 2021 NFL Super Bowl, Dr. Dre, Snoop and Eminem teamed up with Mary J. Blige, 50 Cent and Kendrick Lamar for the Super Bowl halftime show, which won them an Emmy.

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