‘Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Michel’le’: Meet the Cast of Lifetime’s New Movie

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Surviving Compton is the latest Lifetime Movie and centers on the relationship between Dr. Dre, Suge Knight and Michel’le. Click to find out when it airs.

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Michel’le Toussaint: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Singer Michel'le Toussaint is back in the spotlight thanks to the Lifetime movie Surviving Compton. Here's a look at her life and career.

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  1. Wow! This movie was way better than other Lifetime movies. Great acting. Michel’le story appears to be a true account of what happened to her. I feel so bad that she had to go through pure Hell with that monster.

  2. I am about to delete ALL of his music off my playlist. I can’t believe this “boy” was beating her like this. No wonder she wasn’t in the SOOC movie…he didn’t want this story told. What a punk a** b*tch!

  3. I will never look at Dr. Dre the same again.How he punch her in the stomach,all the beatings…..He’s a fuken monster. He made Suge( although an abusive) look like a joke. People always thought he was a nice and decent person, all I see is a bastard who should have been behind bars.It’s amazing she still has that sweet spirit, may the lord guide you still, Michel’le🌷

  4. Leave Dr.Drey alone.enviornment shapes nature.therapy and consuling come as tools for healing.it is wrong to misuse woman and beat them.your good out ways the bad.in deeds.let them work it out.the media is trying to tear down the blackman.by using the black woman.would you believe everything hillary clinton said.we were not in the house if you were you should have stopped it.on the outside looking in.a bad habbit white folks taught us is getting in other peoples business. Atoine for your sins.he will also for his.heal it.or leave it alone.

  5. I loved this movie&I think this one turned out better than all the rest of lifetime movies because michel’le got to narrate it&got to tell her own story&Dr Dre knows it’s the truth,I remember it like it was yesterday,I don’t think he has any kind of case…

  6. Right is right and wrong is wrong! No one has the right to put their hands on any woman,man or child. Abuse is abuse. And it doesn’t make it right no matter who the person is or the circumstance. Abuse doesn’t solve problems it only creates more.

  7. This is my new favorite movie. I was born in ’75 so I was a kid when hip hop exploded but watching this movie brought me right back to middle school!!! Love tis movie!!! I think the actress that portrayed Michelle did a fantastic job!!! Dre’s character was good too.