The alleged conspiracy behind Eazy-E’s death continues to spark heated debates. It’s no secret that Eazy-E was a known drug dealer in the street of Compton, CA, which is why most fans probably wouldn’t have been as shocked if his death were the result of a gunshot wound by an adversary. However, the cause of his untimely death still puzzles family, friends, and fans across the world.
Some still cannot believe that Eazy-E died of AIDS. For some, all of the words still do not formulate a complete sentence. Although questions about his death have been whispered throughout the years, the Aug. 14 release of Straight Outta Compton has fueled speculation about the nature of the rapper’s death yet again.
According to the New York Post, several different conspiracy theories are now circulating on the Web and a number of people are being blamed for the rapper’s death. It has been reported that Eazy-E’s family and friends are questioning how he contracted AIDS. In a nutshell, the looming question is: Was Eric “Eazy-E” Wright murdered? Of course, most people associate AIDS with unprotected sex, but there are a number of ways the disease can be contracted.
One of Suge Knight’s past interviews with Jimmy Kimmel definitely turned heads when he touched on the subject of Eazy-E’s death and another intentional way people were known to contract the disease around the time of the rapper’s death. Apparently, a person would get a vile of blood from someone with the AIDS virus and inject a person in good health, reports The Boom Box. Once the contaminated blood enters the bloodstream of the person injected, the outcome is almost always fatal. Suge’s subliminal reference to Eazy-E’s death during the discussion has raised concerns yet again with the release of the highly anticipated film. Footage of the interview recently surfaced on YouTube.
“Technology is so high. 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 shoot you with it,” the Death Row co-founder lackadaisically told Jimmy Kimmel. “That’s [a] slow death. The Eazy-E thing, you know what I mean?”
Even Eazy-E’s former proteges Bone Thugs N Harmony also question the nature and cause of his death. In fact, they wonder if he even had the deadly disease at all. Their speculation is reportedly supported by a number of facts. Eazy-E died just one month after he announced he had AIDS. The notable rap group wonders why he showed no signs of sickness and why none of his previous sex partners or biological children contracted anything.
The Eazy Duz It rapper, who became sexually active at the age of 12, has seven children with six different women, and it has been reported that no one has the potentially fatal disease. Although Eazy-E’s definitive number of sex partners is unknown, the “Crossroads” rap group argues that the probable ratios are quite questionable where the deceased rapper is concerned, reports VH1. “Even to this day, none of his kids, none of his baby mamas, mistresses, nobody has came up with HIV or nothing like that. So just rationally thinking, something had to go on,” Wi$h Bone said.
Krayzie Bone added, “It’s just ironic because, I know people can live with HIV for years and look normal and look healthy, but when you’re about to die from AIDS, full blown AIDS, you’re gonna look like you’re gonna die from AIDS. I’ve seen people that died from AIDS and they look like they have AIDS.”
However, none of the speculated claims has been confirmed to be true. The type of heinous activity Suge Knight mentioned is now considered criminal activity, but at the time of Eazy-E’s death, no laws were in place.
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