Hollywood star Milla Jovovich, best known for her role in "The Fifth Element" and as the lead character in all of the Resident Evil movies, recently spoke to KCRW Radio and revealed that Eazy-E really inspired her to break out of her strict upbringing and strive for more individuality, which lead to her becoming an actress. During the interview she broke out some classic Eazy-E lyrics from his "Nobody Move" track where she spit:
"I said lay down and unbutton your bra/That was the biggest t*tties a n*gga ever saw/I said 'D*mn,' and the air got thinner/Only thought in my mind, was going up in her/The suspense was making me sick/She pulled her panties down and the b*tch had a d*ck!/I said 'D*mn,' dropped the gat from my hands/What I thought was a b*tch was nothing but a man."
She went on to explain how his music really helped her to realize that there was a whole other world outside of the strict European upbringing that she was used to.
"That (music) definitely changed my world. In a great way, actually, because I had been raised by a very strict Eastern European family and this was sort of my call for freedom. I had started working at such a young age. I was nine years old and my mom always had so much control, and pretty much through Eazy-E, and that kind of, like, freedom, I started to wear baggy jeans and big T-shirts and baseball caps and just act like, 'Yeah, whatever'."