Eminem reveals he crushed his feud with Snoop Dogg after Dr. Dre suffered an aneurysm

Eminem opens up about his past feud with Snoop Dogg, and reveals that it ended when their friend Dr. Dre fell ill.

Dre (real name Andre Young), 57, suffered an aneurysm in January 2021 and spent two weeks in intensive care.

This scary incident led Eminem (real name Marshall Mathers), 49, and Snoop Dogg (real name Calvin Broadus), 50, to bury the hatchet, Eminem revealed in an interview with Sirius XM.

Feud: Eminem opens up about his past feud with Snoop Dogg, revealing that it ended when their friend Dr. Dre fell ill

The Incident: This frightening incident led to Eminem (real name Marshall Mathers), 49, and Snoop Dogg (real name Calvin Broadus), 50, burying a hatchet, Eminem revealed in an interview with Sirius XM

The Incident: This frightening incident led to Eminem (real name Marshall Mathers), 49, and Snoop Dogg (real name Calvin Broadus), 50, burying a hatchet, Eminem revealed in an interview with Sirius XM

“Snoop and I had our little problem and then when this thing happened with Dre, a brain aneurysm… Eminem told his longtime director Paul Rosenberg on SiriusXM’s Paul Pod: Curtain Call 2.

We were like, bro that’s stupid. That’s stupid hell to be fighting now. So I don’t remember if I called him, or he called me, I don’t remember, but we talked about it,” added Eminem.

He added that the beef started with a “miscommunication” about a possible collaboration on his song Bitch Please II in 2000’s The Mathers LP.

Em: 'Snoop and I had our little problem and then when this thing happened with Dre, a brain aneurysm ¿;  Eminem told his longtime manager Paul Rosenberg on SiriusXM's Paul Pod: Curtain Call 2

Em: “Me and Snoop had our little problem and then when this thing happened with Dre, a brain aneurysm… Eminem told his longtime director Paul Rosenberg on SiriusXM’s Paul Pod: Curtain Call 2

“I think there was a misunderstanding at the time regarding his presence on my ‘The Mathers LP’,” Bitch Please II,” recalls Saleem Shady, 49, adding that Snoop wanted Eminem to appear on one of Snoop’s songs as well… Although it never happened.

“I think he wanted to do something with me, maybe he gave you an idea or something, and you said something to his effect, ‘Let’s hear what the song is first. Let’s hear what kind of song it is,” said the rapper.

He said the way he took it was kind of like, “I don’t take it,” Eminem explained how the beef started.

Misunderstanding: 'I think there was a misunderstanding at the time regarding his presence on my ¿The Mathers LP, ¿Bitch Please II, ¿ Slim Shady, 49, recalls Snoop, adding that Snoop wanted Eminem to appear on one of Snoop's tracks as well. ...even though it never happened

The misunderstanding: “I think there was a misunderstanding at the time regarding his presence on my ‘The Mathers LP,’ ‘Bitch Please II,'” Slim Shady, 49, recalls, adding that Snoop wanted Eminem to appear on one of Snoop’s tracks as well. … even though it never happened

Rosenberg asserted that Snoop, “was looking for you to do something for his record, in exchange for it, and everything you said was conveyed to him in a way he didn’t like, and I guess that means you didn’t r and a**k with him.”

Eminem clarified that that’s definitely not the case, adding that he told Snoop that his awesome debut album Doggystyle, “changed my life.”

Eminem, Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dogg will join forces—along with Mary J. Blige—just over a year after Dre’s aneurysm at the historic Super Bowl halftime show in Los Angeles in February.

Changed: Eminem clarifies that's definitely not the case, adding that he told Snoop that his awesome debut album Doggystyle, 'changed my life'

Changed: Eminem clarified that’s definitely not the case, adding that he told Snoop that his awesome debut album Doggystyle, ‘Changed My Life’

First Half: Eminem, Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dogg will join forces—along with Mary J. Blige—just over a year after Dre's aneurysm at the historic Super Bowl show in Los Angeles in February.

First Half: Eminem, Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dogg will join forces—along with Mary J. Blige—just over a year after Dre’s aneurysm at the historic Super Bowl show in Los Angeles in February.

He also opened up about the same podcast appearance about a methadone overdose in December 2007.

“It took my brain a long time to start working again,” the rapper revealed.

While he was briefly back in use, he went into rehab, and finally came clean in April 2008.

Close to Death: Also opened up on the same podcast appearance about a methadone overdose that was near death in December 2007

Close to Death: Also opened up on the same podcast appearance about a methadone overdose that was near death in December 2007

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