Warren G Disputes Suge Knight's Allegations About Dr. Dre Beating Him Up

The influential West Coast rapper shuts down accusations, which were made by the former Death Row Records co-founder on a podcast, about Dre physically assaulting him.

AceShowbiz - Warren G, the influential West Coast rapper known for hits like "Regulate" and "This DJ", has refuted claims made by former Death Row Records co-founder Suge Knight. On Knight's podcast, "Collect Call With Suge Knight," Knight alleged that Dr. Dre, Warren G's stepbrother, had physically assaulted him.

Warren G took to Instagram to dismiss the accusation, stating that Knight was not the only witness to the incident and that there were others present. He also criticized Knight's reputation as a tough guy, claiming that he had defended Death Row's honor in the past.

Meanwhile, Warren G has announced that June 7, 2024, will be designated as "Regulate... G Funk Era Day" to commemorate the 30th anniversary of his debut album, "Regulate... G Funk Era." The event will feature barbecue from his company, Sniffin Griffins BBQ.

In a separate incident, Knight criticized Warren G's claim that he attempted to bail out the late rapper 2Pac from jail in 1995. Knight called Warren G a liar, claiming that he did not have the means to do so. Warren G responded by re-emphasizing his previous statement, adding that he made a lot of money for Death Row Records and was financially secure at the time.

Despite Knight's allegations and criticism, Warren G is preparing to embark on the Cali To Canada tour with fellow West Coast icons Snoop Dogg and DJ Quik, starting on June 3 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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