Angel Haze: ‘Dr Dre should just say, ‘Fuck, this is what happened’ and put it in the movie’

Rapper also opens up about her beef with Azealia Banks

Angel Haze has weighed in over Dr Dre‘s recent comments about violence towards women.

The rapper, who is set to release ‘Back To The Woods’, the mixtape follow-up to her 2013 debut ‘Dirty Gold’, on September 14, told NME that he should apologise with honesty over his past domestic abuse.

She also said it should have been included in the NWA biopic Straight Outta Compton, which is released in the UK on August 28.


“I feel like if a person has done something at any point in their life, and they wanna get all biographical and shit, they should at least admit to it,” Haze said.

“Even if he doesn’t feel like he did anything wrong, or he feels like that was a part of the culture or some shit, fine, everybody has a right to their own perspective. But if you hurt someone else, the least you can do is apologise and the best form of apology is honesty. Just say, ‘Fuck, this is what happened.’ And put it in the fucking movie. Who cares. Everybody knows about it. Everybody knows what happened.”

Earlier today, one of Dre’s ex-girlfriend’s said his recent public apology was “insincere”.

R&B singer Michel’le added: “I don’t really think it’s a sincere apology. I didn’t ask for a public apology and I think if he is going to apologise he should do it individually. To just group us like we are nothing and nobody – I just don’t think it’s sincere, treat us like we have names.”

She added: “He’s selling a movie. I just think it’s good PR at the moment.”


In the same interview, Haze also spoke about her Twitter spat with Azealia Banks.

She said: “Me and her haven’t had two words for the past 50 years. But if I could go back, we probably would have just met up and fought. We both had each other’s numbers.

“Because there’s no reason for, between the two of us, thousands of little kids to see what went on. It looked like we wanted to eat each other. Like, I love fighting. But I don’t wanna be that person on Twitter, saying all this reckless shit hurting a million other people. That’s a responsibility.

“Same for males. If it’s gun talk, if it’s anything. Yo, there’s so many different ways that shit can be handled now. There’s so many times I wanna say shit on Twitter and I think, no, I’m gonna hit this person up and just text them ‘fight me’.”

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