Blood isn’t always thicker than the ink used to print money. Tomica Woods-Wright, Eazy-E’s widow, is suing Lil Eazy-E for trademark infringement over the Ruthless Records name.
Eazy-E‘s oldest daughter Ebie is re-launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund a film she claims will tell the true story about her father’s death and its aftermath.
Charlie Sheen just reminded the world that the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV is still very real and incredulous to race, gender or even sexual orientation.
Since the release of Straight Outta Compton, there have been several (new) conspiracy theories brought forth by those closet to Eazy-E on how the iconic gangsta rapper contracted the HIV virus.
Afte the success of the N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton, connected figures like Jerry Heller and Suge Knight have resurfaced in the news over allegedly historical missteps made in the film. However, an older interview featuring the group’s former manager in Heller speaks to an interesting allegation that Knight may have injected Eazy-E with the […]
The blockbuster N.W.A biopic, Straight Outta Compton, has not only revoked opinions of Eazy-E’s death to the forefront, but Suge Knight’s involvement with the entire Ruthless Records/Death Row beef broil. Now, Eazy-E’s son, Dijuan Wright, is challenging newfound fans of N.W.A and his father to read between what they believe to be the truth. The […]
Although the story of N.W.A has been approved by several varying parties ahead of Straight Outta Compton’s release, the hollowness of Eazy-E’s absence still isn’t an emotion to sweep under the rug.
Former Ruthless Records head honcho Jerry Heller is still unsure of his portrayal in the upcoming Straight Outta Compton, but one thing he’s certain of is that Suge Knight’s current prison blues are well-deserved.
Unbeknownst to the world at the time, March 26, 1995 would mark the turning point for Hip-Hop heartbreak, as it marked the day Eric “Eazy-E” Wright passed away from AIDS-related complications at the young age of 31.
The forthcoming N.W.A biopic, Straight Outta Compton has yet another detractor in its development and it is coming courtesy from a white man who essentially “started this gangsta sh*t.”
March 26, 1995, Hip-Hop lost a captivating figure in N.W.A. mastermind Eric "Eazy-E" Wright, a key creator of Gangsta Rap and the early blueprint for artists who aspired to be moguls, to A.I.D.S. On the 19th anniversary of his passing, Hip-Hop Wired spoke with a list of individuals, including his daughter Erin "E.B." Wright, about the rapper's influence on the culture.