Monday, April 2, 2012

Eazy E's grave Littered!!!

Attention all blunt smokers and beers drinkers stay the F*#k off of Eazy E's grave!!!

Accoring to Eazy E's son, "Lil Eazy E" people have been flocking to his father's grave and apprently leaving their party residue behind. Following the 17th anniversary of Eazy's death his son is speaking out and stating that the legendary rapper's grave has been disrespected.

Eazy E's grave has become a popular destination for thrill-seeking boozers and potheads -- this according to the late rapper's son. Eric Wright Jr. tells TMZ, he visited his dad's place of rest on the anniversary of his death -- March 26th -- and when he arrived, the gravestone was covered in empty beer bottles and marijuana cigarette butts. Wright says he spent several minutes cleaning it off -- then sat for a few hours reminiscing about his father and the time they spent together. Wright tells us, he visits his dad's grave every year to "release my pain and hurt ... [and] every year I take a different message that he has said and use it as an inspiration." (TMZ)
For Eazy's anniversary, his daughter released a slew of tribute photos.
Eazy-E's daughter, Erin Bria Wright, is paying tribute to the late rapper with a new photo shoot. The N.W.A. rapper's daughter has recreated two of his solo album covers, "Str8 Off Tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton," and "It's On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa." "It's been 17 long years since my father passed away and I miss him dearly," she said in a statement. "This year I decided to pay homage to him by recreating two of his most famous album covers, I feel so proud to be apart of his history. Hopefully one day he will finally get the recognition he truly deserves for his impact and accomplishments that paved the way for so many artists and urban music moguls of today. I love you Dad, R.I.P." (The Juice)
Eazy died in March of 1995 of complications from AIDS. He was the founder of the controversial rap group N*ggaz Wit Attitudes (NWA), and the pioneer of gangsta rap itself.

Eazy's grave may currently be a dumping ground for weedheads and 211 drinkers but his music lives on through the influence of rappers such as Snoop Dogg and DR DRE...  

R.I.P. Eazy, aint nothing but a gangsta party!!!teeheehee!!!

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