The scene featured Eazy-E coming to grips with his fate as well as his fellow N.W.A. members visiting in the hospital. Stereogum and Vibe both point out that Wish Bone of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony recently said in an interview that he does not believe that Eazy, who died in 1995, contracted AIDS on his own.
“A lot of Eazy-E’s storyline was missing but that’s OK because I’m producing a documentary that will show everything including his death”, Wright wrote in a tweet.
Eazy-E is the godfather of the kind of rap that wasn’t sugarcoating the violence and excessive policing taking place in working-class communities. “His death never added up 2 what ppl have always said maybe they think we’re idiots blind to the truth idk”, he began his lengthy rant.
He questioned why the F.B.I. hasn’t begun an investigation, given the YouTube video of Suge speaking on injecting someone with AIDS being the “new thing”. “Oh n let’s not touch the topic on Ice Cube naming his album “Lethal Injection“.
Yung Eazy also claims that Suge Knight inadvertently admitted to having a hand in Eazy-E’s death during an interview with Jimmy Kimmel. Back in 2011, rapper B.G. Knocc Out, who was signed to Eazy-E’s record label, wondered if the late rapper was killed by someone. You know what I mean?
In a 2013 interview recently uncovered by the Music Times, the band’s former manager Jerry Heller revealed that he regrets not allowing Eazy-E to kill Knight.