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In a new interview with The Blast, he says evidence compiled for his recent trial proves his case.
Dr. Dre was just owned in a battle — but not by another rapper. Pennsylvania-based doctor Draion M. Burch has prevailed against Andre Romelle Young, who argued to the U.S. trademark office that such a request could cause “confusion,” particularly since Dr. Drai planned to sell audio books and seminars under the moniker. The real M.D. further argued that he was not actually trading on Dr. Dre’s reputation because such an association would be “a bad reflection on me as a doctor,” citing lyrics Burch characterized as misogynistic and homophobic.