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Too Short celebrated his upcoming album drop '"The Pimp Tape" while recalling his start.
During the interview with PageSix, Too Short says “Eazy-E was the person to take me on my first tour, and there was nobody telling him to do it.”
He also said “After the show, Eazy-E would go places . . . we are going out chasing women. Dre wasn’t even really into that, even back then. Eazy was my homie. We ran together, we did the strip clubs.”
Although Eazy-E died of complication from AIDS in 1995, Too Short says “I don’t necessarily agree.”
He added, “But that is not how I think it happened. I just like to think of it like this: Since you brought up Eazy-E. Let’s say if there was no Eazy-E, how does that impact hip-hop? If you had no Eazy-E, you got no NWA, no Dr. Dre, no Ice Cube, no Tupac Death Row years . . . no Bone Thugs. No Aftermath, no 50 Cent, no Eminem — the way we know them. The branch that is called Eazy-E on the hip-hop tree is massive.”
via: PageSix

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