Thursday, August 18, 2011

B.G. Knocc Out says Eazy-E was murdered, talks Nate Dogg golf fight

By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer

Born and raised in the West Coast, B.G. Knocc Out is the true definition of gangsta rapper. Following the departures of both Ice Cube and Dr. Dre, B.G. Knocc Out was signed to Ruthless Records. However, he was signed when Eazy-E's popularity was at an all-time low.

B.G. Knocc Out spent the past ten years behind bars. The rapper was sentenced following an attempted murder charge. Now out of prison, B.G. Knocc Out is preparing to put his career back on track. His new album is titled Eazy-E's Protege.

During an interview with HipHopDX, B.G. Knocc Out discussed his new album, Eazy-E's death and his infamous fight with Nate Dogg. On his single, "N My Prime," Knocc Out says Eazy-E's death was not caused by AIDS, instead he was coldly murdered. Before he spoke on the death, he shed insight to his beef with Death Row, which was only through association.

Due to their inherited beef, when B.G. Knocc Out met a few of the Death Row artists, a fight quickly broke out, over what was said on wax. This led to the infamous "gangsta golf" fight between he and Nate Dogg, which was caught on tape. Sadly, B.G. Knocc Out never had the chance to speak with Nate Dogg and make peace with him. Earlier this year, Nate Dogg passed away. B.G. Knocc Out said he wishes he could have reached out to him and does regret not doing so.

When he spoke about Eazy-E, B.G. Knocc Out said he did not die of AIDS. Instead, he thinks Eazy-E was murdered by Jerry Heller. He feels as if the Ruthless Records manager injected Eazy with the virus, which led to his death. Knocc Out feels if it was not Heller, it may have been his wife. Because his younger brother's father died from AIDS, he knows the stages of the virus. B.G. Knocc Out feels there is no way Eazy-E could have gotten so sick so fast and died without help from someone.

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