B.G. Knocc Out says there are a few inaccuracies with the N.W.A biopic Straight Outta Compton, particularly the segments where Eazy-E is portrayed to be financially unstable.

During a recently published interview with VladTV, the rapper also questioned why Dr. Dre was depicted as a gangster, when, he claims, everybody involved knew that wasn’t the case.

“Yeah, a lot of things actually,” the Compton, California rapper said when asked if there were, in his opinion, any imprecisions with the N.W.A biopic. “To me, this is what it seem like. It seem like [Dr.] Dre tried to make himself seem like the man. He turned himself into a gangster and everybody know that’s not Dre’s character. Eazy was a cool dude don’t get me wrong, Eazy wasn’t no pushover, no super tough guy but at the same time, he wasn’t gonna let you fuck with him either. So the fact that they made him look more docile than he was, I didn’t like it. The fact that they tried to make him look like he was broke, he bought weed [and] he was finna start slanging, all that shit was bullshit. Eazy was rich as fuck… All those things, to me, it seemed like it was done blatantly. Eazy was still balling out of control. He was rich as fuck. His company was worth hundreds of millions of dollars. His bank account was still flooded. He had Bone [thugs-n-harmony], the number one group. [He had] the number one album. What the fuck? What is he doing broke in the movie?”

“I don’t get why that put that in the movie,” he continues. “To me, it seem like they were trying to skew his legacy, in my opinion, and that’s what I absolutely disagree with. And the fact that they brought Snoop [Dogg] in and didn’t bring us in, or [didn’t] bring Bone in or anything Eazy had going on. He had a huge roster at Ruthless [Records].”

Elsewhere in the conversation, B.G. Knocc Out confirmed that an N.W.A reunion was in the works prior to Eazy-E’s death in March of 1995. However, he says that one of the main reasons why it didn’t come to fruition was because various members of the group couldn’t agree on which label to release the material.

“Yeah, E was trying to get them to do it but Dre was talking about, ‘It gotta be on Death Row [Records],’” B.G. Knocc Out says. “[Ice] Cube wanted it on whatever label he had at the time and E was like, ‘Shit, if it ain’t coming out on Ruthless it ain’t gonna ever happen.’”

B.G. Knocc Out’s interview with VladTV can be viewed below: