Taking to Instagram, Yung Eazy posted a clip of Knight in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, where he’s laughing about the idea of murdering people that way. But one of the more emotional moments within the F. Gary Gray-directed reel, Eazy-E’s untimely death, reignited a sentimental chord within those who’ve watched the movie.
Now, Eazy-E’s son, Dijuan Wright, is challenging newfound fans of N.W.A and his father to read between what they believe to be the truth.
Lil Eazy posted the video with the caption: “I’ve been known my pops was killed“.
Easy-E died from complications arising from AIDS in March 1995, but there has always been speculation about the exact circumstances around his death.
“Look how he acknowledged & admits on this interview with #JimmyKimmel”, Yung Eazy wrote, recounting how Knight said that “injecting [people] instead of shooting them is a new thing that’s done”. “Oh n let’s not touch the topic on Ice Cube naming his album ‘Lethal Injection, ‘” he continued.
In an interview with Vlad Tv, the Bone Thugs-N-Harmony members revealed their skepticism on the N.W.A.’s rapper cause of death, “Even to this day none of his kids, none of his baby mamas, none of his mistresses, anybody!” Now though, he regrets that decision: “And you know something?”
(Radio.com) Following the tremendous box office success of Straight Outta Compton, which has raked in over $113 million to date, questions have surfaced surrounding the death of Eazy-E.