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Dr. Dre has been faced with more rumors regarding his sexuality following an Instagram post that was made by the teenage daughter of renowned R&B singer, Faith Evans.
Chyna, 19, recently angered Dr. Dre fans when she randomly posted the message: "Oh haayyy, my name is Dre and I'm gay y'all."
Evans was immediately criticized for failing to step in, with some critics accusing the 39-year-old of condoning her daughter's behavior.
"Faith, get your daughter!! Dre is Gay? What kind of s--- is that. Chyna is VERY disrespectful SMDH!" Ty Brown tweeted.
"Faith your daughter is a BRAT...say somethin! Dr. dre aint gay Chyna, and he's sold waay more records than your hazbin mama," Sherrie L tweeted.
"Not these gay rumors again, I'm startin to think they may be true. Still Faith should call out Chyna for that BS #discipline," JoJo tweeted.
This is not the first time that Dr. Dre, real name Andre Romelle Young, has faced questions about his sexuality.
The renowned rapper and record executive, who has openly had romantic relationships with various women, was also accused of being a closeted homosexual in 2011. Jewell Caples, the former first lady of Death Row Records, made similarly explosive claims in her memoir "My Blood, My Sweat and My Tears."
"I mean, there have been talks about back in the day… I'm just [telling] some experiences that I went through when I was on Death Row that I've seen with my own eyes. So, that's all I'ma say about it," Caples previously told HipHopDX .
"So [what I write in the book is] not to discredit him or take away from his talents. Oh no, by no means and in no way will I ever do that. I'm not trying to hurt anyone here. But sometimes the truth hurts," she went on.
Caples was undeterred by alleged threats of a lawsuit and she explained that she will not back down because she insists that she is speaking the truth.
"People think, well, they're gonna sue you for slander. And I tell people, if I was there, and I saw certain things with my own eyes, that's not slander. I have a right to tell what I saw," Caples said.
Dr. Dre, 47, who has five children, has not publicly responded to the on-going homosexual rumors.