Eazy-E’s daughter has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a documentary titled “A Ruthless Scandal: No More Lies,” on the pioneering Hip-Hop mogul’s life. According to Rolling Stone, Eazy’s daughter Ebielaunched the campaign in hopes of giving fans a deep dive into Eazy’s early, pre-N.W.A./Ruthless life and investigating his death, including allegations that Eazy was murdered. “Using years of probate court documents (The Estate of Eric Wright) along with guidance from her mother Tracy Jernagin who fought in court, exclusive and private information that the public never knew will finally be told through Ebie. Details of what was happening each day leading up to him supposedly succumbing to AIDS will be revealed,” according to the campaign.
Kanye West has accused other rappers, or musician of stealing his stage concepts. Kanye is currently on"The Life of Pablo Tour", which features an elaborate stage setup that actually floats and hovers above the audience. During his stop in Edmonton, Canada, the rapper accused other unnamed artist of copying his groundbreaking performances. "This the original. Accept no imitations. You with the rap God right now. N##gas be copying my s##t bro. Stealin' our s##t, stealin' stages. Copying our s##t one-to-one"
Rapper Pusha T hit the campaign trail on behalf of Hillary Clinton yesterday (October 15) in Miami, Florida. Pusha appeared with Hillary's running mate and fellow virginia native, Governor, Tim Kaine in the Liberty City section of the city. The pair stressed the importance of young people’s vote in this year's controversial election as controversial real estate mogul/former reality show host Donald Trump makes his bid for the White House. Over 200 people were on hand for the event, as part of an outreach to Black voters.