Dr. Dre turns 50, and AARP puts him on its magazine cover

The doctor is in, and he is making us feel old.

Rap music mogul Dr. Dre just turned 50 and is gracing the February cover of the AARP magazine — kind of.

The group tweeted out a mock cover with Dre on it, but it said that cover will not go to publication.

The group, formerly called the American Assn. of Retired Persons, is a nonprofit that focuses on issues concerning people 50 years old and older, such as retirement planning. It says it does a mock magazine cover for some well-known celebrities when they hit the big 5-0.

Born Andre Young, the founder of Aftermath Entertainment and Beats Electronics turned 50 on Feb. 18.

Dre could not be reached for comment.

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