Hip-Hop super producer Dr. Dre has weighed in on controversial talk show host Rush Limbaugh.
The Hip-Hop producer is world famous for his work with rappers like Tupac Shakur, Snoop Dogg, Eminem and 50 Cent in addition to selling millions of records as a member of N.W.A. and as a solo artist.
Limbaugh was dropped from a group of investors who were attempting to bid for the NFL's St. Louis Rams, due to his controversial views on race and politics.
A number of others have already spoke out against Limbaugh and his involvement with the SCP Worldwide investment group.
Dr. Dre joins the list of Limbaugh critics, including Reverend Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and others.
Last week SCP Worldwide chairman Dave Checketts dropped Limbaugh from the group's attempt to bid for the Rams, labeling his involvement "a complication and a distraction."
"As such, we have decided to move forward without him and hope it will eventually lead us to a successful conclusion," Checketts said.
When quizzed on the release of his long delayed album Detox, Dre was equally curt. "We doing it," Dre said.