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Meet Tomica Wright, Widow Of Eazy-E-How Much Is Her Net Worth?



Facts of Tomica Wright

Birth Date1969
Birth NameTomica Woods
Birth CityLos Angeles, California
Birth CountryAmerica
Gender IdentityFemale
No Of Children2

Tomica Wright is the current owner of the music production company Ruthless Records.

She came to the limelight as the wife of the late American rapper Eazy-E.  

On March 14, 1995, the couple tied the knot. Sadly, Wright died only after 12 days of marriage.

Where is Tomica Wright today? She inherited a huge sum of her late husband's property; how much is her net worth?

Who are her kids? We have all the details of her personal and professional life here. 

Where Is Tomica Wright Today?

Tomica Wright has lived a very private life post-Eazy-E death. She has always remained a mum when it comes to her personal life.

As per a few sources, she was born Tomica Woods in 1969 in Los Angeles, California, and is currently 53.

She attended San Fernando Valley High School and later joined Santa Monica College.

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Tomica Wright in an interview talking about her late husband's death and legacy

Tomica later transferred to West Los Angeles College, where she earned a bachelor's degree in 1992.

Currently, she is busy with her company, Ruthless Records, which her late spouse left her to run. 

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How Much Is Her Net Worth?

Tomica Wright, as of July 2022, is worth $5 million. After her husband's death, she took over his record label, Ruthless Records.

Ruthless was founded in the mid-1980s when Eazy-E and late music manager Jerry Heller decided to start a business together.

It was an 80-20% partnership: Wright 80 and Heller 20. As per the latter:

"Every dollar comes into Ruthless, I take twenty cents. That's industry standard for a manager of my caliber. I take twenty, you take eighty percent. I am responsible for my expenses and you're responsible for yours. You own the company. I work for you."

Heller claimed that he invested the first $250,000 and would eventually put up to $1,000,000 into the company.

Tomica initially worked as a secretary to Clarence Avant, the founder of Tabu Records at Motown Records, in 1993.

Later, after taking over Ruthless Records, she signed artists such as Big Chan, Bluelight, actor/comedian Chris Tucker, and Big Roce.

Similarly, Tomica signed a distribution deal with Epic/Sony in 1997 and released the album Decade of Game.

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Tomica Wright at the red carpet event of Straight Outta Compton

She produced the critically-acclaimed film "Straight Outta Compton," about Eazy-E's rap group N.W.A. in 2015.

Also, Tomica has appeared in documentaries such as N.W.A. & Eazy-E: Kings of Compton and The Black Godfather.

Eazy-E was worth $30 million at the time of his death. Along with the record label, he also left Tomica a 6,700 square foot home with a five-bedroom, five-bathroom mansion in Calabasas, California.

The property was sold at a foreclosure auction in October 2012 as Wright missed some mortgage payments and owed more than $160,000. 

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Tomica Wright Sued Her Stepson, Lil Eazy-E, For Trademark Infringement

Tomica, in 2017 sued her stepson rapper Lil Eazy-E for trademark infringement over the names Ruthless Records and N.W.A.

As per the lawsuit, the rapper alleged to have formed a corporation called NWA-LLC and filed documents to obtain a trademark for "Ruthless Records Inc, which is very similar to his father's record label company Ruthless Records.

The U.S. Patent office rejected Lil Eazy-E's file, reportedly using "intentionally false and misleading" language in their promotions.

According to reports, the suit was settled in 2018, and the rapper was given the right to use "the name and mark 'Rich & Ruthless.". 

Marriage With Eazy-E And Mother Of Two

Tomica and Eric first met at a Los Angeles nightclub in 1991 and immediately started a relationship. 

The couple gave birth to their first child, a son named Dominick, in 1993.

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An old picture of Tomica Woods and Eazy-E

Unfortunately, on February 24, 1995, the rapper was diagnosed with HIV/AIDS; however, that did not stop the couple from getting married. 

On March 14, 1995, they tied the knot in an intimate ceremony. Sadly, Wright died only after 12 days of marriage which left Tomica devastated.

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Dominick Wright

Dominick Wright is the oldest child of Eazy-E and Tomica Woods. He was born on December 14, 1993, in California. As of July 2022, he is 29-year-old.

He is an actor known for roles in Count On Me and Mistaken.

Dominick Wright-The oldest child of Eazy-E and Tomica Woods

Wright is very private, and much is available to the media. He relatively lives a very normal life and stays out of people's radar.

He also has not introduced anyone as his girlfriend, and no details of his dating life and relationship status are available. 

Daijah Wright

Daijah Wright was born on September 26, 1995, at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. As of July 2022, she is 27-year-old.

She came as a ray of sunshine to the family, especially her mother, Tomica Woods, who had lost her husband just six months prior. 

Wright never got a chance to meet her father; fortunately, his legacy has kept the memories alive for her. She sees him on his music which helps her remember her dad she never got to meet.

Daijah also re-live memories with her siblings. She has a brother and nine half-siblings: Eric Lynn Wright, aka Eazy-E, and had 11 children by eight women.

His firstborn is Lil Eazy-E; a rapper, Erin Bria Wright, Dominick Wright (Daijah's brother); an actor, ReeMarkable; musical artist, Erica Wright, Raven Wright, Marquise Wright, Elijah Wright, Baby Eazy-E (E3); a musician, David Wright.

Daijah participated in the third season of Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta. The show is the second installment of WE tv's Growing Up Hip Hop reality television franchise. 

She has also worked on a few projects alongside her siblings; however, her own music is yet to be released.

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Tomica Woods and Easy-E's Youngest Daughter Daijah Wright

The star kid Daijah Wright is presumably single as there are no official reports on her dating life. 

Though being a member of one of the famous families of America, she lives quite a mysterious life.

She is active on Instagram and Twitter; however, there are no clues about her relationship or possible boyfriend.

Eazy-E: Cause Of Death

Eazy-E was born Eric Wright to parents  Richard and Kathie Wright on September 7, 1964, in Compton, California.

His father was a postal worker, and his mother worked as a grade-school administrator.

The rapper grew up in a troubled neighborhood and was involved in a few legal troubles.

In a way, his passion and talent for music saved him and helped him change his life's course. Though short, he lived a successful life as an artist. 

Eazy-E started his career in 1986, releasing a few songs with frequent collaborations with rappers like Dr.Dre and Ice Cube. 

He came to the limelight after forming a band named N.W.A with the mentioned rappers. 

Their first album, Straight Outta Compton, though controversial upon release, is considered one of the greatest hip-hop albums. 

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N.W.A.'s first album Straight Outta Compton

The group, however, dismantle after some time, largely by disputes over money. All the members started their solo careers and were embroiled in bitter rivalries.

Eazy-E also began his solo career and released two EPs. His popular studio albums and EPs are Eazy-Duz-It, Impact of a Legend, and 5150: Home 4 the Sick.

He also worked behind the scene and formed a group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony from 1993 to 1994. 

Easy-E, thriving with success, had no idea that destiny had something else, something unfortunate planned for him. 

Wright was admitted to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles with a grievous cough on February 24, 1995.

He was diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, which the rapper announced publicly on March 16, 1995. 

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Late Rapper Eazy-E

Sadly, Easy-E died at the young age of 30 from AIDS-induced pneumonia on March 26, 1995, only one month after the diagnosis and 12 days after the wedding with Tomica Woods.

He was buried in a gold casket at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, California. More than 3000 people attended his funeral. 

Easy-E's last album, Str8 off Tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton, was released ten months after his demise on January 30, 1996.

The rapper's sudden death has been surrounded by controversies all these years.

Few family members of the rapper, especially his first daughter Ebie believe that her father's death was not natural.

She helped release a four-part limited series, The Mysterious Death of Eazy-E, which tells the story of the mysterious and untimely death of the rapper at the peak of his career. 

Updated On Tue Jul 26 2022 Published OnTue Jul 26 2022 By

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