Real Muthaphuckkin Gs [BEST]
In the music video that accompanied Dr. Dre's "Fuck Wit Dre Day" an Eazy-E parody character, played by Anthony "A. J." Johnson, named "Sleazy-E" is featured prominently. In Eazy-E's "Real Muthaphuckkin G's" the character returns, only this time he is assaulted and chased by various members of Eazy-E's posse and is finally shot by the real Eazy-E himself. Knocc Out and Dresta are featured in the song and video and are shown around Compton, joining Eazy-E in assaulting and chasing "Sleazy-E" until he ultimately falls dead beneath a street sign that reads "Leaving Compton". An alternate ending was also shot showing Sleazy-E dead in the same area where he started in the video. The music video features cameo appearances from Kokane, Rhythm D, Cold 187um, Dirty Red, Krazy Dee, Steffon, H.W.A., DJ Slip from Compton's Most Wanted, Young Hoggs, Blood of Abraham, K9 Compton and Tony-A.
Real Muthaphuckkin Gs
In the second and third verses of the track, Eazy-E and Knocc Out take turns to belittle Dre by calling him out for not being a real life gangster, yet pretending to be one. He is particularly triggered by the fact that Dre was not involved in any crimes in his past and has not hustled as hard as him, yet wants to act as though he did. In the end, he tells the rapper to stay in his lane because he is not as great as he thinks he is. 041b061a72