"Real Muthaphuckkin G's" (alternatively "Real Compton City G's") is a 1993 song by West Coast rapper Eazy-E from his album It's On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa. It's a "diss song to former band mate Dr. Dre and his new protégé Snoop Doggy Dogg.
It was a response to Dre's "Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')" which was a diss to Eazy-E. Eazy-E explained that Dr. Dre was nothing more than a wannabe gangsta (studio gangsta) and was not an "OG" (Original Gangsta) which Dre claimed to be, Eazy also said that he was still getting paid from Dr. Dre's product, claiming that Dre's contract with Ruthless Records was still making him money. This is mentioned when Dresta states that "They tried to fade you on Dre Day" to which Eazy responds "They only made Eazy's payday". The second verse is from Dresta, where he claims that Dre "Ain't broke a law in his life, but yet every time he rap he yap about the guns and knives". On the third verse B.G. Knocc Out says that Dre is what he calls a "wannabe" and "ain't shit compared to real motherfuckin' G's."
The video for "Real Compton City G's" was shot in Compton, California and starts with a scene picturing lowriders and then Eazy-E comes to rap his verse, when he says "all of the sudden Dr. Dre is the G thang but on his old album-covers he was a she-thang", a picture of Dr. Dre from the World Class Wreckin' Cru days shows up on the screen where he is wearing mascara and lipstick. He continues to show pictures from the insert of the album and the rest of the video mostly consists of Eazy, Knocc Out and Dresta standing in front of a lowrider talking about how Dre is not from Compton. Also, the music video has cameo appearances from Rhythum D, DJ Yella, Cold 187um, Dirty Red, Krazy Dee, Steffon, H.W.A., MC Ren, DJ Slip from Compton's Most Wanted, Young Hoggs, Blood of Abraham and Tony-A.