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DR. DRE IS PLANNING TO SUE SONY PICTURES FOR UPCOMING RELEASE OF MICHEL’LE BIOPIC

Dr. Dre is threatening legal action against Sony Pictures if they release the upcoming film Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Me, TMZreports. Produced by Sony Pictures Television and Thinkfactory Media, the film is a biopic about R&B singer Michel’le, Dr. Dre’s former fiancée and mother of one of his sons. The film in part depicts the reportedly abusive parts of their relationship.

Dre’s legal team has sent Sony a cease desist letter, saying “Dre flatly denies ever abusing Michel’le,” and will seek legal action if the film is released. TMZ reports that the letter sent to Sony Pictures also claims Michel’le “never sought medical treatment or filed a police report” during their relationship.

After the release of  N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton, Michel’lecriticized the film, saying that “it ignores several of N.W.A.’s own harsh realities.” Last year, Dre released a public apology for his abusive past, which Michel’le later rebuked.

Lifetime plans to air the film on October 15.

DRAKE ANNOUNCES NEW WORLD TOUR

With just two more stops left on his acclaimed Summer Sixteen tour, Drake announced Monday morning (Oct. 10) that he will be embarking upon a new tour called The Boy Meets World tour with dates throughout Europe starting in January.

Drake performs at The Forum on Sept. 27, 2016 in Inglewood, Calif.

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The Summer Sixteen tour was packed with memorable moments, from Drake bringing out NBA players LeBron James, Derrick Rose and Kevin Durant to fellow artists including Lil Wayne, Eminem and Gucci Mane. On his forthcoming tour, the Toronto native will make stops in Amsterdam, Berlin and Paris and will include a six-night residency at London’s O2 arena.

Tickets go on sale Friday. Check out The Boy Meets World tour dates below:

Jan. 21 – Amsterdam
Jan. 22 – Amsterdam
Jan. 26 – Glasgow
Jan. 28 – London
Jan. 30 – London
Feb. 1 – London
Feb. 2 – London
Feb. 4 – London
Feb. 5 – London
Feb. 8 – Leeds
Feb. 11 – Manchester
Feb. 12 – Manchester
Feb. 17 – Sheffield
Feb. 19 – Dublin
Feb. 22 – Birmingham
Feb. 23 – Birmingham
Feb. 25 – Oberhausen
Feb. 28 – Antwerp
Mar. 4 – Stockholm
Mar. 5 – Oslo
Mar. 7 – Copenhagen
Mar. 9 – Berlin
Mar. 10 – Hamburg
Mar. 12 – Paris
Mar. 13 – Paris
Mar. 16 – Cologne