Apple is said to be in close talks to acquire Beats for $3.2 billion. But nothing is confirmed yet. However, Beats founder Dr. Dre has confirmed the acquisition deal in a now-removed Facebook video. But this video is still available on YouTube. Watch it below.
We have already told you about Apple's rumored plan to acquire Beats Electronics in a deal worth $3.2 billion. But this acquisition deal is still a rumor as nothing has yet been confirmed by both companies.
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However, famous Hollywood actor Tyrese Gibson, who is well-known for his work in The Fast and the Furious and the series of Transformers movies uploaded a 83 second video clip on his Facebook page that confirms this acquisition.
In the now-removed Facebook video, Tyrese Gibson congratulates the founder of Beats Dr. Dre on the acquisition. TNW posts the Facebook video first. However, it warned the audiences that "the clip contains a fair amount of bad language, as well as some slick dance moves courtesy of Gibson."
You can watch this video clip below as it is still available on YouTube.