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Solar Lashes Out: “Did DJ Premier complain to the hospital authorities?”

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(AllHipHop News) Solar of 7 Grand Records issued a press release condemning DJ Premier’s comments about the passing of legendary rapper Guru, who died April 19th from cancer. Solar has been caught in a firestorm of criticism over his handling of Guru while he was alive and also after his passing. He has been accused of forging a death bed letter on behalf of Guru, preventing Guru’s family from seeing him in his final moments and ostracizing the Gang Starr founder from his friends and family. In a press release, Solar lashed out at DJ Premier’s recent comments on his Sirius Hip-Hop Nation show. DJ Premier alleged that when he visited Guru in the hospital, the rapper was allegedly unshaven, his toes and finger nails were not clipped and the rapper was unkempt. “Guru was cared for in the CCU at their highest level of care for a patient in his condition. I was at the hospital every day — some days numerous times to check on Guru,” Solar claimed. “He was always clean and well attended too. Guru was in a room equipped with around-the-clock video surveillance as well as hospital personnel. Premier’s visit can be easily verified. The hospital has a strict visiting policy which includes signing in to see a patient. The CCU has an even stricter policy which is very thoroughly enforced.”According to Solar, he is going to verify DJ Premier’s visit by checking the video and hospital logs and report his findings.  “They will most certainly ask what day this visit took place and what time did he visit to facilitate process. My people and I would never tolerate any mistreatment of Guru in any way, shape, or form,” Solar said. “Did DJ Premier complain to the hospital authorities about what he claims he saw?! If so who were the hospital authority? [sic] What was their response?”At press time, fans are still awaiting final memorial plans for Guru, born Keith Elam.

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