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More than 20 years have passed since Eazy-E shockingly — and quickly — succumbed to AIDS and, much like the assassinations of Tupac Shakur and Notorious BIG, conspiracy theories continue unabated.

This week, Frost, who was signed to the late rapper’s Ruthless Records label, revealed how he believes Eazy contracted AIDS during an interview with Siccness.net.

Frost, born Arturo Molina, Jr., shared his thoughts during the conversation being taped for the upcoming documentary For The Record: The Story of Latinos in Hip Hop:

“I’ma tell you what happened with Eazy getting AIDS and I believe this to the day and I believe this to this day,” Frost says during an interview published on Siccness.net. “I don’t care if you guys got it on film. You can tell the world. They gave him tainted needles with acupuncture. Needles that tainted him, they gave it to him.”

Frost says Eazy-E was undergoing acupuncture procedures because of a nasty car accident he was involved in. Frost strongly insinuates that the acupuncture was ordered “someone,” and blatantly implicates Suge Knight without mentioning his name.

“What happened was is that someone, I won’t say the name, but people know the name. I don’t wanna say that name ’cause it’s the devil’s name, but another person in Rap, if you know you’re history of Rap, calls him the devil. If you know the history of Rap, West Coast Rap, you know who I’m saying. I was told even in my last conversation from Eazy not to even talk to that man. Not only that, but I think that they really had a stronghold of giving him tainted needles with the AIDS virus in him with acupuncture.”

This is far from the first time someone has suggested that Knight murdered Eazy-E. Earlier this year, an old clip came out of the Death Row member talking about injecting individuals with tainted needles as a new way to kill someone, calling it an “Eazy-E” thing.

 

Eazy-E’s former artist says he knows how rapper got AIDS was originally published on atlantadailyworld.com

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