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Bad Azz Remembers the Numerous Killings of Death Row Affiliates

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“I feel like Death Row [Records] has taken and shook up so many lives it’s like, ‘Dang, what did we do this for…like, is this a record label or is it really like a street gang?'” Bad Azz recalls during his disturbing account of his days at the notorious collective. “It was just a negative aura around that place that I just wanted to leave…It just makes you wanna run away and never come back.”

According to Bad Azz and several other Suge Knight affiliates, the man behind the infamous record label continues to have bad blood with the majority of the people who have been in his presence. “A lot of people from Death Row are dead – a lot of people got killed,” Bad Azz dreadfully claims. The Cali rapper states that there were too many bad vibes surrounding Suge and his aptly-named business, and finds it mysterious to this day that TLC’s Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes passed away after becoming involved with the man currently on trial for murder. “Left Eye had went to Death Row and during that time while she was hanging around that situation – she might’ve even been signed to Death Row when that happened – but she died,” he remembers.

Calling Suge’s current case mildly “disturbing” since he was aware of him and the slain Terry Carter being “cool to a certain extent,” in the end he just wants to put it all behind him and focus on his career. During the last half of the interview Bad Azz recalls a talk with a friend that made him turn his life around, “his new dope” music, and explains how he wants people to see him now as compared to his Death Row days. Find out what he has in store for his fans above.

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