Daz Dillinger isn’t the biggest Suge Knight fan, but in 2000, when Death Row Records dropped Chronic 2000, he was one of the original artists still signed there.
With that said, the Dogg Pound member recalled the compilation album, saying it was Suge’s attempt at getting back at Dr. Dre.
“That was Suge Knight’s idea,” Daz explained in a recent interview with Vlad TV. “He was trying to get back at Dr. Dre… Then he came with the fake Snoop Dogg, the fake Tupac. I never f*cked with none of those guys though. I used to be in and out. Getting money and get the f*ck up out of there. I don’t f*ck with none of you punks.”
Later, Daz touched on Crooked I, whom was signed to Death Row Records at the time. He says he wanted to leave, while his Long Beach counterpart wanted to stay… leading to their issues.
“Crooked I was over there,” he said. “And then when I was leaving, he wanted to stay. And that’s when we had our funk and our beef and stuff like that. I mean, it’s cool. We ain’t never talked or none of that other sh*t. He do his thang, I do my thang. But, you know, he cool.”