Eazy-E: A Hidden Coke Stash, Domestic Terrorists, and Death Threats
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Long before he created a paradigm-shifting hip-hop supergroup, Eazy-E lucked into life as a Compton drug dealer when he discovered a dead man’s hidden stash of money and cocaine. He used the lessons of hustling on the streets when he went legit and became a media mogul. He also became a target. He was extorted. His life was threatened. And it was later discovered that he was on the kill list of a white supremacist group that planned to start a war in the aftermath of the Rodney King trial and the L.A. riots. For a full list of contributors, see the show notes at disgracelandpod.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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