The mansion that Eazy-E used to hold wild parties in is now longer part of the family. TMZ reports that the Calabassas mansion the late N.W.A rapper used to call home has been auctioned offed after his wife, Tomica Wright, failed to keep up with the mortgage payments.
Straight outta Calabasas ... the mansion rapper Eazy-E used to call his "Playhouse" was foreclosed on earlier this year -- and TMZ has learned it was all because his widow allegedly stopped making payments on the home.
The late rapper's crib was famous back in the early 90's for crazy, all-night parties -- as well as an open door policy for entourage members and hoards of women.
The 6,700 square-foot pad reportedly even had a black room with fluorescent pillows and a neon sign that read "Eazy's Playhouse."
Although Tomica Wright fell behind in the mortgage to the tune of about $168,000, back in May the home was sold for $2.2M at a foreclosure auction.
Perhaps as a consequence of that hard partying, Eric "Eazy-E" Wright died of complications from the AIDS virus in 1995.
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