B.G. Knocc Out was one of Eazy-E’s premier artists on Ruthless Records prior to serving 10 years in prison for attempted murder in 1998. Knocc Out grew in popularity after his feature on Eazy-E’s “Real Muthaf***in G’s.”
Eazy-E’s death from the Aids virus doesn’t sit right with the Compton rapper. B.G. believes somebody injected Eazy-E with the HIV virus. B.G. revealed his suspicions in song “N My Prime.”
B.G. raps, “…My big homie went out, he didn’t deserve it/Tried to say he died of Aids, but Eazy was cold-murdered/I filtered all the bulls**t with my third iris/Full-blow Aids, but Tomica ain’t got the virus?/On his death bed, a lawyer was hired/A few days prior, Jerry Heller was fired/….You can’t sucker me, can’t put it all together, but I smell a bunch of f*****y.”
B.G. also spoke on his suspicions during an interview with Hip Hop DX believing either Jerry Heller or Eazy-E’s widow Tomica Woods-Wright had something to do with the NWA rapper’s demise.
B.G. says Eazy-E fired Jerry Heller from Ruthless Records after learning he stole millions of dollars from him.
“I believe in my heart somebody did something to Eric. Whether it was Jerry [Heller], whether it was [his widow] Tomica [Woods-Wright], I have yet to really know the truth about it. But, for a person to have full-blown AIDS [that quickly is suspicious],” he told Hip Hop DX. “My little brother, his father died from full-blown AIDS … from sharing a needle [‘cause] he was [an addict]. Now, I seen this man go through these stages, from HIV to full-blown AIDS. And, when you get a cold, any little thing like that, your whole immune system shut down. So you have to go into the hospital just to recover. Now, to be around Eric for the last three years of his life and he never had an episode like this – never ever – something is strange, something is real odd. And then you gon’ come out and tell me when the man go in there for bronchitis, you gon’ come out and tell me this man had full-blown AIDS. And we done been to New York, we done been to Chicago in below zero weather [and] he never got sick. He never had an episode. Like, c’mon bruh. Who are you kidding?”
Eazy-E’s son Yung Eazy believes there is another culprit behind his father’s death.
Yung Eazy took to IG to accuse Marion ‘Suge’ Knight, former CEO of Death Row Records, of injecting his father with HIV:
“I’ve been known my pops was killed. His death never added up 2 what ppl have always said maybe they think we’re idiots blind to the truth idk…..but 4 u new fans, youngsters & ppl who just don’t know much notice in #StraightOuttaCompton Eazy did not get sick until after the studio incident with suge and look how he acknowledged & admits on this interview with #JimmyKimmel injecting ppl 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’ #FreeYourMind #RipEazyE #EazyE #F*ckSugeKnight”
Footage resurfaced of Knight telling a cruel joke about Eazy during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live in 2003. Knight questioned Kimmel on his decision to wear a bulletproof vest before saying there were more efficient ways to kill a person.
“Technology is so high. If you shoot somebody, you go to jail forever,” he said. “So the kids, you don’t want to go to jail forever right? They have a new thing out. They have this stuff they called — they get blood from somebody with AIDS and they shoot you with it. That’s [a] slow death. The Eazy-E thing, you know what I mean?”
Knight’s statement was drew groans from the audience. Check out clip below.
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Eazy-E’s artist B.G. Knocc Out Believes Jerry Heller Injected N.W.A. Rapper With HIV
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