“Straight Outta Compton” – the movie about the most famous rap group in the world, N.W.A., has taken the #1 spot in the movie box office. In the film, a true story, one of the group’s founding members – “Eazy E” – dies a tragic death from AIDS.
According to reports, rumors have circled for years that another real-life “character” depicted in the film – rapper Suge Knight – somehow had something to do with Eazy A’s death. But how could this be possible, considering the rapper died of AIDS?
Well, a disturbing video from an appearance rapper Suge Knight made on the U.S. late night talk show “The Jimmy Kimmel Show” has gone viral this week. In the video, Suge Knight explains, “jokingly” to host Kimmel how you don’t have to shoot someone to kill them.
As The International Business Times explains:
In the clip of Knight’s appearance, Eazy-E ‘s death is the punch line of a joke about why Kimmel had chosen to wear a bulletproof vest during his interview of Knight. Kimmel and the audience seemed stunned by Knight’s joke about how to commit murder without drawing suspicion.
Suge Knight Explains New “Death” Tech
“Technology is so high [now],” Knight said in the 2003 clip. “If you shoot somebody, you go to jail forever. You don’t want to go to jail forever. … They have a new thing out. They have this stuff they called … they get blood from somebody with AIDS and they [inject] you with it. That’s slow death. The Eazy-E thing, you know what I mean?”
Do you think Suge Knight had something to do with Eazy E’s death?
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