Ever since Eazy-E died from AIDS in March 1995, there have been many conspiracy theories on how the late rapper contracted the HIV virus. The latest has been brought forth by friend and fellow rapper Frost (aka Kid Frost) who has an interesting theory on how Eazy contracted HIV.

In a video snippet from an upcoming documentary, For the Record: The Story of Latinos in Hip-Hop, the 51-year-old veteran rapper, who was signed to Ruthless Records, believes Eazy was stricken with the HIV virus after receiving acupuncture with tainted needles.

The "La Raza" rhymer explains that after Eazy got hurt while driving around on a Suzuki Quadrunner, he started receiving acupuncture sessions to ease the pain.

“I think they really had a stronghold of giving [Eazy-E] tainted needles with the AIDS virus through acupuncture,” said Frost. “How else could somebody else die that fast of AIDS. Have you ever heard of someone dying of AIDS in two weeks, bro? It’s like, ‘I’m in the hospital, I contracted the AIDS virus, on March 26 or whatever, I fall out and I die.”

Frost also alluded to Suge Knight's involvement (he refers to him as a "devil" and never mentions him by name) in the N.W.A member's death. This has been a running conspiracy theory for years. Most recently, an old 2003 Jimmy Kimmel Live interview surfaced online where Knight explains how someone could die a slow death. “Technology is so high. If you shoot somebody, you go to jail forever. You don’t want to go to jail forever...They have a new thing out," he told Kimmel. "They have this stuff they called... they get blood from somebody with AIDS and they shoot you with it. That’s [a] slow death. The Eazy-E thing, you know what I mean?"

Despite the rumors surrounding his passing, the official report is that the late Ruthless Records founder contracted the HIV virus through unprotected sex. Nevertheless, Frost's interview is raising eyebrows and causing a lot of chatter on social media.

What do you think? Do you believe Frost's testimony that Eazy-E contracted HIV through acupuncture? Tell us in the comments below.

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