Brandon Vera was appalled by the situation and had this to say about Magaña who had a history of being a person he did not like to deal with he had this to say..... *edited version for this PC world we live in.
I was gonna leave this alone.. .
She kinda embodies what’s wrong with the world today… super entitled, whines n Cries about everything, and no other skills whatsoever, pretty worthless.
You got your card pulled….. for “cyber bullying” someone you thought you’d never run into. Super drama. . .
Do me a favor and keep away from my Alliance MMA
I super feel like a bully for posting this, but, she’s a prime example of the world gone to s–t [edited]. P.S. There’s a reason why No One is standing up for u, not your homegirls, training partners, even fighters at the summit. You deserved it…
Also, your hospital pics are shit for a case since you went to a #snoopdogg concert that very same evening.
If this burns any of y’all and wanna talk about it… I’m in Guam now and back to PH next week. Come on out.
TASTY TUESDAY!! #WhatNew - Snoop Dogg Dismissed Dr. Dre's 1992 Phone Call As "Prank"
Before 19-year-old Snoop Doggy Dogg joined Dr. Dre for 1992’s breakout hit, “Deep Cover,” the Long Beach legend was a just another teenager kicking it on the block, trying to jumpstart a rap career. But as fate would have it, that same year, the N.W.A mastermind heard Snoop’s mixtape at a bachelor party and immediately took interest, but Snoop almost missed that connection when he reportedly hung up on the rap mogul.
According to an interview in the upcoming HBO documentary The Defiant Ones – a four part series highlighting the relationship between Interscope’s Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre — Dre told his stepbrother Warren G, “This is a fucking diamond in the rough and we need to polish it up!”
But when Dr. Dre called Snoop, the then-drug dealer dismissed it as a prank call. “This ain’t no motherfuckin’ Dr. Dre,” he said — click. Dre persisted and left him a follow-up voicemail, which eventually convinced Snoop he was the real deal. As the saying goes — the rest is history.
It’s hard to imagine a Hip Hop landscape without the undeniable chemistry of Dre and Snoop. The two went on to create one of the genre’s most celebrated albums, 1992’s The Chronic, which helped usher in the G-Funk era. Dre is now one of rap’s biggest success stories, while Snoop continues to hold down his place in Hip Hop history. His most recent album, Neva Left, debuted May 19.
The Defiant Ones premieres on July 9.
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