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.
This rap icon may be turning 50 today, but he's still D.R.E. pic.twitter.com/dGVerDD4UA— AARP (@AARP) February 18, 2015
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.Copyright © 2017, Los Angeles Times