Yung Eazy, the son of N.W.A co-founder Eric "Eazy-E" Wright, believes his famous father was murdered by Suge Knight, who infected him with AIDS.
Eazy-E sadly passed away in 1995 after being diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, but there has been a longtime debate over how he contracted the deadly disease. His death came a month after he was admitted to a hospital for coughing violently.
While there have been doubts over the singer's death, family members believe there are more to the "N.W.A" co-founder's death, and his son, Yung Eazy, boldly pointed fingers at Suge Knight.
Rapper Eazy-E (aka Eric Wright) appears in a portrait taken on March 1, 1990. | Photo: Getty Images
Eazy-E's son, Yung Eazy, whose real name is Marquise Wright, shared an Instagram post of a 2003 interview Knight had on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" It was his first televised appearance after his release from prison on parole.
Knight had a series of brushes with the law and was awaiting trial for the murder of Heavyweight Records co-founder Terry Carter and running another person over. However, the latter did not prove fatal.
During his appearance on the show, host Jimmy Kimmel teased the convicted criminal of his track record, adding that whoever wanted to do something to anyone would have to prepare for jail. However, Knight gave a shocking answer.
"Suge" Knight and his attorney Thaddeus Culpepper appear in court at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center on February 26, 2016 in Los Angeles, California | Photo: Getty Images
He explained that there was a way not to go to jail but get the job done. He noted that people get the blood of others who have AIDS, thereby beginning the cycle of slow death.
Underneath the video, Yung Eazy wrote that he always knew his father was murdered despite explanations. He maintained that the situation leading to Eazy-E's death did not add up.
A recent documentary that would detail the late rapper's life was announced.
The late singer's son explained that his father did not get ill until after a studio brush up with Knight, adding that Knight's statement was an indeliberate admission to his crime.
Yung Eazy claimed that the truth was out there but is hidden under the guise that his father was a known sex addict, making it possible for AIDS to be pointed as the cause of his death.
There have been other similar suspicions over Eazy-E's death, and his mother and girlfriend believe the late musician died unusually fast and did not lose weight or had issues with drugs.
A few weeks before his death, Eazy-E released a press statement to announce he had AIDS, hoping the news would serve as a warning to his friends about the reality of the disease. But, unfortunately, he later died of respiratory complications.
A recent documentary that would detail the late rapper's life was announced, and it would attempt to solve the mystery behind his death. Since the series, fans have grown curious about "N.W.A's" co-founder's personal life.
Although he was promiscuous, Eazy-E believed in marriage and married Tomica Woods 12 days before his 1995 death. The duo shared two children, and Woods now controls his label.
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