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News Even Hip Hop Artists Have Their Theories of Conspiracies
Even Hip Hop Artists Have Their Theories of Conspiracies PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert ID3095   
Saturday, 28 October 2006 03:24

With all the theories of conspiracies surrounding the death of many hip hop and rap artists, from Tupac Shakur (2Pac) to Biggie to even the Godfather of gangster rap – NWA and Ruthless Records founder – the legendary Eazy-E (aka Eric Wright), it seems not only the fans but also the artists of hip hop and rap are getting paranoid.

Suspicious hip hop artist rapper The Game, aka Jayceon Taylor, is terrified of falling ill because he has recurring nightmares that feature his slain hip hop and rap heroes dying at the hands of doctors.

The ‘Dreams’ hit maker, hip hop artist The Game unconsciously feels hospitals are bad places for hip hop and rap artists after dreaming about Eazy-E and Tupac Shakur’s (2Pac) final hours.

The Game has a conspiracy theory that his dead heroes would still be alive today if they didn''t end up in hospital.

The Game tells Complex magazine, "I have nightmares of being in the car with Suge (Knight) and sitting in Tupac's position. I wake up trying to rationalize and analyze the situations or think about how Pac (2Pac) really died. What don''t people know? "Maybe I should go back to sleep and meet Pac (2Pac) in my dream and ask him.

The hip hop artist continued "It f**ks you up inside when you don''t know and can''t figure out what happened, like how did Eazy-E die? ”Did Eazy really die from AIDS? If he died from AIDS, how come his wife doesn''t have AIDS, and I''m pretty sure he banged her out a week before he went to the hospital. How come none of his kids have AIDS? "No girlfriends after Eazy died - not one person came to light and said, ''He gave me AIDS?'' Now, if Eazy had AIDS for real, how come nobody came forth for some money?”

The Compton hip hop artist finished up with "It sounds like some internal murder to me. That's my biggest nightmare, man - going to the hospital and somebody trying to do something... I don''t f**king go to the hospital."

So maybe instead of rolling with a ‘posse’ of hanger on’s , hip hop artists should start rollin with a trauma unit in tow and flossing bullet proof ambulance’s instead of Navagators.

 
News Even Hip Hop Artists Have Their Theories of Conspiracies

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