Here's The Conspiracy Theory Behind Eazy-E's Death

Did Suge Knight inject Eazy-E with HIV in order to kill the late rapper?

Following the release of Straight Outta Compton we are hearing a ton of reports within the N.W.A. Some accounts do not reflect well upon how the movie modified or left out certain events. In this case, people are interested in the movie's portrayal of Eazy-E's death from AIDS. This debate is not really a new one, but both Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Eazy's son, Lil Eazy, recently expressed their belief that AIDS was not the cause of Eazy's death in 1995. In fact, Eazy-E's daughter, E.B. White spoke up about how the movie's portrayal of her father's conflict with Suge Knight was not historically accurate. In particular, she questions the scene where Knight beats up Eazy, "which didn't happen... He actually pulled a gun on him." Now a newly surfaced 2013 interview from N.W.A's manager, Jerry Heller, reveals his thoughts about what Suge allegedly did to Eazy. Speaking to The Murder Master Music Show, Heller discussed the conspiracy theory that Suge injected Eazy with HIV. Heller referenced the Jimmy Kimmel Live! episode where Suge, fresh out of prison, said this:
“If you shoot somebody you go to jail forever … So they got this new thing out … they get blood from somebody with AIDs and then they shoot you with it. So that’s a slow death, an Eazy-E thing, ya know what I’m saying?”
Heller revealed:“If he was murdered, if he was injected, why haven’t they solved that?” Yung Eazy, who recently discussed the injection theory on Instagram, posted a video clip of Suge's Kimmel appearance and points out how Eazy did not fall ill "until after the studio incident with [S>uge and look how he acknowledged & admits on this interview.”
As we pointed out in the past, Suge Knight's lawyer is not too happy about how his client is portrayed in the movie Straight Outta Compton, calling the movie "silly".