While Death Row Records and Suge Knight intimated many within the industry in its heyday, one of the label’s most notable beefs came at the hands of Eazy-E.
With Death Row becoming a powerhouse, boasting a roster of stars that included Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and Tha Dogg Pound, Eazy recruited a pair of aspiring Compton rappers, whom helped him record the classic diss track, “Real Muthaph*ckkin G’s”.
Their names were Dresta and B.G. Knocc Out.
In a recent interview with Vlad TV, B.G. Knocc Out recalled a confrontation with Suge and members of Death Row at the Billboard Music Awards in Los Angeles, during the 1990s.
“This was our first run-in. I’m itching to see Daz, Kurupt… anybody, Snoop,” the rapper recalls.
“Eazy went up to meet someone, I see Suge trying to press Eazy. So, me and my brother jumped up and ran up there, like ‘What’s sappening?’ Suge backed up, ‘Aight, outside, we’ll see what’s happening outside.’ Outside, everybody was strapped up, so we like, ‘Suge, whats sappening? I thought you was gonna do something when we got outside.’ He was like, ‘Man, I ain’t trippin’ on that sh*t.’ He knew we was about our business.”
Elsewhere, B.G. talks about Suge trying to sign him to Death Row, his first time meeting Eazy-E and “Real Muthaph*ckkin G’s”.