Eazy-E's Daughter Ebie Remembers Late Dad on 25th Anniversary of His Passing
Eazy-E passed away exactly 25 years ago, and his daughter Ebie made sure to pay tribute to him on his death anniversary.
Eazy-E left behind 10 children prior to his death, and his daughter Ebie made sure to remember her late father on his 25th death anniversary. She added that with a documentary coming out soon, people will finally know the truth about him.
"25 years ago, I lost my father. Documentary finally coming and hopefully you'll be able to truly R.I.P. after."
Eazy-E, known in real life as Eric Wright, was a former drug dealer before founding NWA, the group that released the influential album "Straight Outta Compton" in 1988. It tackled the underprivileged side of the American life, and was something people resonated to.
Ebie points to Eazy-E's widow Tomica Woods, who was awarded his estate.
A SUSPICIOUS DIAGNOSIS
Since then, he became one of the fathers of rap music and was successful in his own right. In fact, he became so successful that during his untimely death 25 years ago, people believe something fishy happened, and his children back up this claim up until today.
Days after being diagnosed with AIDS, Eazy-E married Tomica Woods. This happened 12 days before his death. The sudden marriage has since then fueled murder and conspiracy theories.
CONSPIRACY THEORIES AGAINST TOMICA WOODS
Ebie points to Eazy-E's widow, Tomica Woods, who was awarded his estate. Up until today, they're trying to make sense of what happened to their father.
The unexpected diagnosis came when he suffered from a prolonged cold while on tour with Ice Cube, and doctors ended up diagnosing him with AIDS and pneumonia. Three weeks later, he was dead.
Now, his filmmaker daughter Ebie is determined to get to the bottom of what happened to her father, creating a documentary titled "Ruthless Scandal: No More Lies."
GETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF IT
In a statement, she revealed that after being diagnosed with AIDS, her father's attorney of two months drew up his trust while on his deathbed. Two days later, he was married to Tomica Woods. The next week, his entire estate was being looted while he fell into a coma.
"On March 26, 1995, three weeks after being diagnosed with AIDS, he was dead. And one person walked away with everything."
Now, she hopes the documentary will shed light on what happened to her father once and for all, so that he could finally Rest In Peace.