In February, Dr. Dre turned the big 5-0 and his buddy film director Charlie Parish gifted him a special United Manchester jersey.
The jersey was signed by the entire Manchester team with the number 50 on the back for his age and the and the name “Andre” for his real name, Andre Young.
Charlie Parish said, “When I presented the shirt to Dre, he was genuinely shocked that a football club would go to so much trouble just for him. He loved and said he’d frame it in his house.”
The two became close when Parish was filming an Eminem gig in London.
“We seemed to click straight away about our love for cameras and how I was shooting, then ideas began to flow and through this, we’ve formed what has been a long-standing relationship, Parish told United Review.”
After all was gifted and done, Dre invited Parish to his birthday gig on his yacht to celebrate the 50th…
Parish said, “Through a friend close to united, I arranged for the players to sing a shirt and they knew it was for Dre, so many of them wrote person messages as they’re big fans of his music and headphones.
Knowing and working with somebody like Dre is a massive privilege for me because of what he has achieved, whether that is in music, film or business.”
Parrish did say that he’s trying to convert Dre into the a United fan.
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