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    "Not many of their fans know this, but at one time The Black Eyed Peas
    were signed to
    infamous rapper Eazy-E's "Ruthless Records" distribution label back in
    1995, alongside
    rap quartet Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and a lot of local LA-based West
    Coast "gangsta"
    rappers. Needless to say, the socially conscientious rappers, then
    known as Atban Clan,
    did not fare well in such an environment. The group then just
    consisted of will.i.am and
    apl.de.ap, with now-departed members Dante Santiago and Mookie Mook.


    "It was scary, man. Real scary.", says apl.de.ap, aka Allan Pineda.
    "Will was accustomed
    to dealing with rough characters thinking that we were punks, back
    from our breakdancing
    days; he could fight and I wasn't no pushover either. But these people
    that were walking up
    and down these hallways were straight up killers, man. Killers. Lots
    of gang members and
    that showing off their automatics and tattoo tears. Even Eazy, who
    wasn't around that often,
    probably because of his illness by then, scared the hell out of us,
    and he was like only 5'4!".


    Even Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson felt the heat from the friction between
    the band and the label.
    "The band had advertised for a backup female singer, and I was between
    records with my
    former group,", says Fergie, who was fresh off stints as a child actor
    for Kids Incorporated
    and as a voice actor for Charlie Brown's sister on various "Peanuts"
    cartoons, and was
    then a member of a dance music group called "Wild Orchid". "I thought
    that this would
    be a nice chance to expand my horizons as well as make a couple of
    dollars. Little did I
    know what level of hell I had stepped into. As I demo'd some of my
    [Wild] Orchid tracks
    and sang some samples for them, a bunch of thugs rushed into the
    recording room and
    began making lewd comments and gestures at me, pawing at me and
    calling me nasty
    names when I refused to do the groupie thing for them just because
    they happen to be
    in some rap videos. I even got my good dress ripped off of me, and if
    it wasn't for Will
    God only knows what would've happened to me. You would've thought
    they'd never
    seen a white blond girl before. Soon after that I really started to
    get into my meth
    addiction due to that bull****. I was afraid to tour in certain places
    for a while. But
    thankfully both Will and Allan remembered me and contacted me a few
    years later
    after their last singer didn't work out ...and the rest is history."


    Will.i.am says the incident with Fergie along with the "album review"
    with Eazy
    was the last straw. "We had finished a DAT (digital audio tape) with
    an initial
    album, tracks and all. But after listening to the first track, in
    which we tackled
    the plight of Ethopia and how Clinton cut and ran from it, Eazy
    literally tore the
    tape out of the machine and stomped on it, calling it "a load of
    bull****". That
    was months of love being stomped under his boots, man. I went nuts
    and
    jumped right at him! It was on! But then like ten gangstas came out of
    nowhere
    with bats and ****! We was done, man. It was like our Vietnam! And
    Mookie ran
    like a *****, too! That's why we kicked him out!"


    Will, Allan, and singer Dante all received injuries at the hands at
    Ruthless staff.
    Later Ruthless manager Jerry Heller settled the matter with the Peas
    by releasing
    them from all obligations with Ruthless, freeing them to pursue other
    labels, which
    they did by ironically signing to then-rival label Interscope Records,
    home to sublabel
    Death Row.


    "It's all good...it's all good. We ain't got no beef. We moved on up.
    We altogether
    sold more records than all of Ruthless Records ever did. That's kinda
    funny...Fergie
    outselling Eazy and MC Ren on the rap charts...who'd thunk that a
    white girl could
    outsell two of the hottest talents in NWA?" said Dante Santiago, who
    no longer
    performs with the Peas but does a lot of "unofficial" appearances as
    well as
    executive producing for many of their projects. "Only in the 21st
    century!".





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    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
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    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
    lmao





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    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
    ;D ;D ;D

    I can't really judge if their early music was wack.

    Guess it was too intellectual for Ruthless, or something, talking about political and social issues in Ethiopia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
    ;D ;D ;D

    I can't really judge if their early music was wack.

    Guess it was too intellectual for Ruthless, or something, talking about political and social issues in Ethiopia.
    Naw i Was just Playin Yeah You Right Can't Tell If The Music Was Wack But You Gotta Take Into Consideration Gangsta Rap Was The Thing In The Early 90's So Eazy New What Was Gunna Make A Hit And What Wasn't
    [img width=600 height=478]http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q86/FAS_ThIzZ/Danielle4.jpg[/img]
    [size=15pt]"ReSpEcT tO tHoSe ThAt EaRn It, HoNoR tO tHoSe ThAt DeSeRvE iT"[/size]

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    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
    ;D ;D ;D

    I can't really judge if their early music was wack.

    Guess it was too intellectual for Ruthless, or something, talking about political and social issues in Ethiopia.
    Naw i Was just Playin Yeah You Right Can't Tell If The Music Was Wack But You Gotta Take Into Consideration Gangsta Rap Was The Thing In The Early 90's So Eazy New What Was Gunna Make A Hit And What Wasn't
    Yeah, they'd be much better coming out in the late 80s, when the other Afrocentric rapper came out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
    ;D ;D ;D

    I can't really judge if their early music was wack.

    Guess it was too intellectual for Ruthless, or something, talking about political and social issues in Ethiopia.
    Naw i Was just Playin Yeah You Right Can't Tell If The Music Was Wack But You Gotta Take Into Consideration Gangsta Rap Was The Thing In The Early 90's So Eazy New What Was Gunna Make A Hit And What Wasn't
    Yeah, they'd be much better coming out in the late 80s, when the other Afrocentric rapper came out.
    [img width=600 height=478]http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q86/FAS_ThIzZ/Danielle4.jpg[/img]
    [size=15pt]"ReSpEcT tO tHoSe ThAt EaRn It, HoNoR tO tHoSe ThAt DeSeRvE iT"[/size]

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    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
    ;D ;D ;D

    I can't really judge if their early music was wack.

    Guess it was too intellectual for Ruthless, or something, talking about political and social issues in Ethiopia.
    Naw i Was just Playin Yeah You Right Can't Tell If The Music Was Wack But You Gotta Take Into Consideration Gangsta Rap Was The Thing In The Early 90's So Eazy New What Was Gunna Make A Hit And What Wasn't
    Yeah, they'd be much better coming out in the late 80s, when the other Afrocentric rapper came out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
    ;D ;D ;D

    I can't really judge if their early music was wack.

    Guess it was too intellectual for Ruthless, or something, talking about political and social issues in Ethiopia.
    Naw i Was just Playin Yeah You Right Can't Tell If The Music Was Wack But You Gotta Take Into Consideration Gangsta Rap Was The Thing In The Early 90's So Eazy New What Was Gunna Make A Hit And What Wasn't
    Yeah, they'd be much better coming out in the late 80s, when the other Afrocentric rapper came out.
    ;D
    [img width=600 height=478]http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q86/FAS_ThIzZ/Danielle4.jpg[/img]
    [size=15pt]"ReSpEcT tO tHoSe ThAt EaRn It, HoNoR tO tHoSe ThAt DeSeRvE iT"[/size]

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    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
    ;D ;D ;D

    I can't really judge if their early music was wack.

    Guess it was too intellectual for Ruthless, or something, talking about political and social issues in Ethiopia.
    Naw i Was just Playin Yeah You Right Can't Tell If The Music Was Wack But You Gotta Take Into Consideration Gangsta Rap Was The Thing In The Early 90's So Eazy New What Was Gunna Make A Hit And What Wasn't
    Yeah, they'd be much better coming out in the late 80s, when the other Afrocentric rapper came out.
    ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
    ;D ;D ;D

    I can't really judge if their early music was wack.

    Guess it was too intellectual for Ruthless, or something, talking about political and social issues in Ethiopia.
    Naw i Was just Playin Yeah You Right Can't Tell If The Music Was Wack But You Gotta Take Into Consideration Gangsta Rap Was The Thing In The Early 90's So Eazy New What Was Gunna Make A Hit And What Wasn't
    Yeah, they'd be much better coming out in the late 80s, when the other Afrocentric rapper came out.
    ;D
    :P
    [img width=600 height=478]http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q86/FAS_ThIzZ/Danielle4.jpg[/img]
    [size=15pt]"ReSpEcT tO tHoSe ThAt EaRn It, HoNoR tO tHoSe ThAt DeSeRvE iT"[/size]

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    Quote Originally Posted by ItZ oN 187
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    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
    ;D ;D ;D

    I can't really judge if their early music was wack.

    Guess it was too intellectual for Ruthless, or something, talking about political and social issues in Ethiopia.
    Naw i Was just Playin Yeah You Right Can't Tell If The Music Was Wack But You Gotta Take Into Consideration Gangsta Rap Was The Thing In The Early 90's So Eazy New What Was Gunna Make A Hit And What Wasn't
    Yeah, they'd be much better coming out in the late 80s, when the other Afrocentric rapper came out.
    ;D
    :P
    :-[

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bricc City Boy
    "We had finished a DAT (digital audio tape) with
    an initial
    album, tracks and all. But after listening to the first track, in
    which we tackled
    the plight of Ethopia and how Clinton cut and ran from it, Eazy
    literally tore the
    tape out of the machine and stomped on it, calling it "a load of
    bull****".
    Not to sound like a douche, but THATS MY BOY! ;D
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    Quote Originally Posted by datd00d
    Quote Originally Posted by Bricc City Boy
    "We had finished a DAT (digital audio tape) with
    an initial
    album, tracks and all. But after listening to the first track, in
    which we tackled
    the plight of Ethopia and how Clinton cut and ran from it, Eazy
    literally tore the
    tape out of the machine and stomped on it, calling it "a load of
    bull****".
    Not to sound like a douche, but THATS MY BOY! ;D
    LMAO!
    damn I can imagine how every artist felt when they where going to show there shit to E hahah ;D
    poor Will and the other dude who got there ass kicked

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    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
    ;D ;D ;D

    I can't really judge if their early music was wack.

    Guess it was too intellectual for Ruthless, or something, talking about political and social issues in Ethiopia.
    Naw i Was just Playin Yeah You Right Can't Tell If The Music Was Wack But You Gotta Take Into Consideration Gangsta Rap Was The Thing In The Early 90's So Eazy New What Was Gunna Make A Hit And What Wasn't
    Yeah, they'd be much better coming out in the late 80s, when the other Afrocentric rapper came out.
    ;D
    :P
    :-[


    OH YOU THOUGHT I DIDN'T KNOW!?

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    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    O Well No One Told Em To Bring Tha Waccckkk Shit To Eazy ;D
    ;D ;D ;D

    I can't really judge if their early music was wack.

    Guess it was too intellectual for Ruthless, or something, talking about political and social issues in Ethiopia.
    Naw i Was just Playin Yeah You Right Can't Tell If The Music Was Wack But You Gotta Take Into Consideration Gangsta Rap Was The Thing In The Early 90's So Eazy New What Was Gunna Make A Hit And What Wasn't
    Yeah, they'd be much better coming out in the late 80s, when the other Afrocentric rapper came out.
    ;D
    :P
    :-[


    OH YOU THOUGHT I DIDN'T KNOW!?
    ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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    ;D ;D ;D ;D
    haha sick read
    props!
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    Much thanks BCB. Good read. I never knew the Black Eyed Peas had a scary experience at Ruthless, that Fergie was around the group in 1995 and that she was addicted to meth!

    And as far as out selling Eazy in the rap charts, I didn't hear anything about the plight of the Ethiopians in "London Bridge" ;D

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    Default Re: Black Eyed Peas Recall Ruthless Records Era

    What do you think would have happened if they tried to put "Boom Boom Boom" out on Ruthless? I know the whole group wasn't signed, but still.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BROTHA the Ajax
    Damn, nice find.

    Sad Eazy actually did that. Makes me think a little less of him. Stomped on their shit, because it wasn't cliche gangsta rap. Damn.


    But of course Fergie sold more Records. It's a different time, and appealing to a different audience. Tours can go worldwide, now, with many rappers.
    Fergie is a phukkin bitch

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    Goddamn, i never thought it happened like this. Propz.

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    couple of thingz
    epic smiley wit tha blanket

    how intrezting how jerry heller left thiz outta tha book when talking bout them.

    && i can hear DL now wit meth jokez now on fergie and tha crack jokez on bizzy. ;D


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    great read
    thanks BCB



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    Quote Originally Posted by datd00d
    What do you think would have happened if they tried to put "Boom Boom Boom" out on Ruthless? I know the whole group wasn't signed, but still.
    Yeah, but their shit was way different back then. That "boom boom boom" shit is only recent. They used to have some good shit.

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    Default Re: Black Eyed Peas Recall Ruthless Records Era

    Where the article is from ? I can believe that, Eazy wasn't kind of guy who will do something like this .. After all, they released the "Puddles Of H20" single in Ruthless in 1994 ! Was the incident after that release ?

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    Default Re: Black Eyed Peas Recall Ruthless Records Era

    haha nice read

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    Default Re: Black Eyed Peas Recall Ruthless Records Era

    Wonder what would have happened if those 10 gangstas Will mentioned hadn't of got involved when he says he jumped at Eazy

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    Bump!!! Bump!!!s

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    lol i love how eazy trashed their rnb cd hahaha

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    Default Re: Black Eyed Peas Recall Ruthless Records Era

    man i dont know what to think about this...
    all i know id love to see that dress gettin ripped off fergie....damn shes a fine piece of ass
    OP is a faggot

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