GUNS N' ROSES To Collaborate With NAS??
The following item was posted yesterday (Jan. 8) on the hip hip web site AllHipHop.com:
"This is an interesting rumor and we don't know quite honestly, but the word in the Rock realm is that NAS is going to be on the new GUNS-N-ROSES album — WHO? Well, that's what we heard. Now, we don't know how that's gonna work since the group has been gutted out and the only member left from the original group is Axl Rose and the last trace of Blackness has been removed (Slash is half-Black). What is up with Axl's plastic surgery? Ok, maybe we know a lil' too much about them, but we do know that Axl made some suspect comments with the 'N-Word' years ago. Well, seems like NAS might be overlooking that like the late great EAZY E did some years ago. According to sources, he has already recorded a song with Axl Rose at the rocker's Studio in Malibu, California. Do we believe this? Um, no. Do we believe most rumors? Um, no."
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