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Dr. Dre Killed His Son With Heroin

Notorious terrorist and Afro unrest organizer Dr. Dre is now responsible for even more deaths. His accomplice, Eazy E., was killed with the AIDS for trying to steal Dr. Dre's money and recording career, and now his son has been 'eliminated' to boost the G-unit's street cred and to be able to allocate his estate to his two new children, Truth and Truly (those are their names, really).

There were rumors that the mother of Andre jr. had hired a hit on the new Dre family that included Dre, his wife, and his two new children, so that the first son could inherit his recording fortune and share it with her (the mother, who is estranged from Dre).

The sinful lifestyle of debauchery and gang activity has finally caught up to Mr. Dre. Promoting weed, drugs, alcohol, and violent gang activity has been protected by the Constitution as freedom of speech, but it's not protected by Jesus, who has his own ways of punishing these low-lifes.

Coroner: Dr. Dre's Son OD'ed on Heroin and Morphine
by Christine Pelisek

January 2, 2009 2:12 PM

The Los Angeles County Coroner reported today that the son of hip hop record producer and rapper Dr. Dre died from an overdose of heroin and morphine. The drug tests had been pending for more than four months. The coroner's office wouldn't explain why it took so long for the report to be released -- a report that normally takes between six to eight weeks to disclose.

Andre Young Jr. was found dead at his Woodland Hills home on August 23. Young had been out the previous night and returned home Saturday morning around 5:30 a.m., according to Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter. Young's mother went to check on him in his bedroom around 10 a.m., found him unresponsive and called 911. Andre Young was 20.

Andre Young Sr., better known as Dr. Dre, shot to fame with the influential gangsta rap group N.W.A. He later became co-owner of Death Row Records. In 1993, he won a Grammy Award for the single "Let Me Ride." As a producer, Dre was credited with popularizing West Coast G-funk.

The mother is to blame, too, for allowing her son to keep those drugs in her house. Parents need to be able to control their children and control what they do in their house.

I heard that the L.A. county prosecutor is readying indictments against Dr. Dre and his wife for murder, criminal child neglect and endangerment. Child protective services are already on the case and will separate the parents from the children when sufficient evidence of drug usage and trafficking is found in the house.

Will Dr. Dre go to death row for killing his son Andre? Will he be allowed to keep his children? What is he going to name his next kid?


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