While Eazy-E was responsible for bringing The D.O.C. into the limelight, the Dallas-born rapper told VladTV that they weren’t ever close friends. He went on to explain that’s why he didn’t attend Eazy’s funeral in 1995, telling us, “Our time was pretty short together, we may be spent three years around each other.”
During the conversation The D.O.C. also addressed a comment Suge Knight made on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where Suge related a conspiracy theory about injecting enemies with AIDS-infected blood and he mentioned Eazy. The D.O.C., who spent a lot of time around Suge, told us that he believes the incident on the talk show was just a “sick joke,” and nothing more.