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      • Dr. Dre, who didn’t appear at the final verdict, was frowned upon by both Suge and 2pac Shakur who were there every day for their brother. Now, for that alone with Suge getting the funds to pay for Snoop’s murder case he had nothing to do with, the Long Beach rapper is forever in debt to him.
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  2. Sep 03, 2014 · He then recalled the West Coast lyricist’s 1996 murder trial and Snoop’s alleged declaration that he wasn’t a gang member and had never shot anyone. Star later revealed that Dr. Dre was reportedly...

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  3. Mar 27, 2019 · In 1993, Snoop Dogg, aka Calvin Broadus, aka Snoop, aka The D-O-double G was charged with first-degree murder after a member of a rival gang was shot and killed by Snoop's bodyguard, McKinley Lee, aka Malik, who fired the shot while in the then 21-year-old rapper's vehicle. In the latest episode of DISGRACELAND, Jake Brennan breaks down the events leading up to Snoop's arrest, going all the way back to his days as Dr. Dre 's protégé.

  4. Feb 03, 2020 · According to Snoop and Malik, Woldemariam reached for a gun but Malik was quicker on the draw, and that was all she wrote. According to prosecutors, it was murder she wrote. Per the Associated Press, Joseph and London initially told law enforcement that Woldemariam was unarmed. But they later recanted their claim, saying they removed their ...

  5. In a case filed in August 2016, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and Suge Knight were being sued by two anonymous Los Angeles rappers over the hook for Snoop’s 1993 hit, “Ain’t No Fun (If The Homies Can ...

  6. Date of Trial: November 27, 1995-February 21, 1996 Verdict: Not guilty of murder, assault, and accessory charges; mistrial on voluntary manslaughter charges. SIGNIFICANCE: The arrest of Calvin Broadus a.k.a. Snoop Doggy Dogg for murder coincided with his ascendancy as the most popular rap music star in the United States. The case also fueled a general debate over whether "gangster rap" contributed to or merely reflected gunplay, drug abuse, sexual violence, street gang warfare, and other ...

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