Dr. Dre labeled high blood pressure a'silent killer' and ignored brain aneurysm symptoms that nearly killed him.

Dr. Dre says he ignored brain aneurysm symptoms that nearly killed him in 2021.

 

In January 2021, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the "N.W.A." rapper was hospitalized with an aneurysm in Los Angeles. The man was 55.

 

He told SiriusXM's "This Life of Mine with James Corden" (via The Hollywood Reporter) that he had three strokes during his two-week stay.

 

Dre: "It's just something that you can't control that just happens and during those two weeks, I had three strokes."

 

After waking up, the singer informed Corden he experienced "the worst pain" behind his right ear, a sign of an aneurysm, and tried to ignore it.

 

"I got up and I went on about my day, and I thought that I could just lay down and take a nap," stated. 

 

"My son's female friend said, 'No, we need to take you to the hospital.'" They took me to urgent care."

 

He added: "About to black out. I'm in and out of consciousness and in the ICU. I stayed two weeks. Doctors are saying, 'You don't realize how lucky you are.'"

 

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