New York, NY – Too $hort was on deck at the Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club in New York this week to advertise his upcoming undertaking, The Pimp Tape. As he was making the press rounds, he opened up about his relationship with the late Eazy-E.

The Bay Area Hip Hop legend informed Page Six he’s nonetheless not satisfied the gangsta rap pioneer died of AIDS however he wouldn’t dive too deep into the subject. He rapidly jumped to a tangent and began speaking about Eazy’s legacy.

“I don’t essentially agree,” he mentioned. “I don’t actually need to get into that proper now. But that’s not how I believe it occurred. I similar to to think about it like this — because you introduced up Eazy-E, let’s say if there was no Eazy-E, how does that impression Hip Hop?

“If you had no Eazy-E, you bought no N.W.A, no Dr. Dre, no Ice Cube, no Tupac Death Row years . . . no Bone Thugs. No Aftermath, no 50 Cent, no Eminem — the best way we all know them. The department that known as Eazy-E on the Hip Hop tree is huge.”

It’s nicely documented Eazy died of problems stemming from AIDS in 1995. Evidently, $hort doesn’t suppose so. He additionally refuses to simply accept the circumstances surrounding the loss of life of UGK legend Pimp C.

In an interview with RealStreetRadio final December, $hort defined, “I can’t consider it’s 10 years and I nonetheless… I’ve by no means until at the present time, been in a position to settle for the circumstances.

“That’s lots of these little bizarre conditions with of us getting present in lodge rooms and so they all the time be by themselves in a fucking lodge someplace in some unusual shit and I’m similar to, what the hell is occurring with celebrities and lodge rooms?”

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