In the wake of Daz
Dillinger’s remarks to AllHipHop.com, Lil’ Eazy-E, son of Eric
"Eazy-E" Wright, has come forward to clear his name regarding Daz’s
accusations that the N.W.A. founder’s son was a neighborhood snitch.
“First and foremost,
I’d like to clear that up," Lil' Eazy-E told AllHipHop.com. "On
my mama, I never been a snitch ever in my life. From where I’m from, when
you speak – you sleep in the streets. This b***h ass n***a’s speaking
on some s**t in the streets, which he don’t know nothin’ about,
which I’m a leave in the streets. As far as Daz go, he’s an old,
washed up ass, b***h ass man. Anybody that got any problems with me, holla at
me. It’s Compton.”
Lil' Eazy said that Daz'
comments stemmed from the fact that he didn't sign with Daz' DPG Records.
“The n***a tried to
put a cloud over a real n***a. Just ‘cause he’s not a real n***a.
He’s mad because [I] didn’t sign with no punk-ass DPG Records. It’s
a washed up label!”
Lil’ Eazy E’s
untitled album is coming this spring.
It features appearances from Nate Dogg, Bone-Thugs & Harmony, with production
by Mel-Man and Bud’ha.