Lil Eazy-E Calls For End Of Fake Gangbangers

Gangbanging seems to be one of the hottest trend in hip-hop as of current time. You have rappers from all around the nation reppin’ colors and sets, but do all of them rep it because of their allegiance, or is it all for show?

According to Compton rapper, Lil Eazy-E, the son of the late great Eazy-E (one of the founders of N.W.A.), these so-called gangbangers in hip-hop are phonies — specifically Birdman and Lil Wayne. And he is sick of it.

“First of let me start of by saying much love to all my Crips, Pirus, and Bloods out there that have lived and shed blood for what they believe in and represent, but all this extra fake gangbanging going on is really getting out of hand,” the rapper said. “I’m seeing this n— Baby (Birdman) on three songs Blooding and Lil Wayne ‘soowooping’ at the awards. Enough is enough. This don’t have nothing to do with them Blooding; if they was Cripping, I would have the same reaction.”

The rapper feels that others such as Birdman and Lil Wayne are making a mockery of the lifestyle that has left many men, women and children dead. Not because they have a past in the culture, but rather because it’s the trendy thing to do at the moment.

Eazy is calling on “real gangsters” to stand up against the fakes.

“Those of us that are true to this need to stand up and say enough is enough,” says Eazy. “I got homies who are in jail fighting for there lives and homies who are RIP behind this thang. And for these fools who are clowning and making a mockery of us, I’m telling you no more.

“This is part of the problem as to why the West is not winning right now. These n—-s have taking our style and way of life and destroying it. Well I have had enough. For every action there is a reaction,” he continued.

Lil Eazy-E has plans of putting Compton back on the map, just as his father did in his heyday. He was signed with Virgin Records where he planned to drop his debut, titled Prince Of Compton, but was later released.

As of Saturday, November 17, his official Myspace reads N.W.A. Ent. as his label, via a venture with Good Game, Blackground and Universal.

There is no current date for the release of his debut album.

2 comments

  • Damn, Lil E to me it sounds like you’re hating. You do not know Birdman or Lil Wayne and the life they have lived. Nor do I know them or you. This is stupid, haven’t you learned from the older generation and what happend with Tupac and Biggie? Why start beef with someone that isn’t threatening your or your family life. Far as I can tell Lil Wayne don’t start shit with nobody, he just trying to live his life with what God blessed him with. I hate with people sweat stupid shit and worry about the wrong thing! In your position you should be doing something positve. Why not stand up against volence and gangs instead of promote it. I don’t know if those words are from your mouth, but this shit gotta stop somewhere! We all God’s children and none of us ask to be here!!!

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  • I don’t know Lil E and what kind of person he is, so let me correct my statement…When I said in your position you should be something positive, I am strickly speaking on the comment above. I just feel like the focus shouldn’t be on how is a real gangster or not; it should be on how can I do my part to help the youth and fight against crime/gangs. I do not know if he already does that, but calling out who you feel is fake is not moving in the right direction.

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