Erin Bria Wright, an uprising entrepreneur, singer, and actress, is the daughter of the late rapper Eric Lynn Wright, mostly known as Easy-E, and Tracy Jernigan.

She was featured on MTV's My Sweet Sixteen and Exiled.

She Was Four When Eazy-E Died

Erin Bria Wright was born on July 16, 1991, in Compton, California. Her parents Eazy-E and Tracy Jernigan never married. 

Nevertheless, she spent quite a time with her father. Unfortunately, the relationship was short-lived. When she was at the age of four, her dad, Eazy-E, succumbed to AIDS-related complications — in 1995.


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After dad's death, her mother raised her.

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Pays Tribute To Father On His Birthdays

Even though Erin lost her father when she was just a child, she honors and respects him.

Known as the "godfather of the gangsta rap," her father, Eazy-E, led the group N.W.A and its label, Ruthless Records that includes famous members such as Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dogg.

Now, Erin keeps his legacy alive. She pays him tribute on every special occasion, be it his birthday or father's day.

For instance, on his 56th birthday on September 7, 2020, she went to L.A. and put up her father's pictures along with hers on the 50 Ft. tall billboard in Times Square in Manhattan.


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Mother, Tracy Jernigan, Manages Her Career

Erin grew up with her single mother, Tracy Jernigan, who hails from Jewish ancestry. 

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Tracy was a music manager back in the days. She managed DJ Uneek, who ended up making Bone Thugs-N-Harmony music. Utilizing her skills, she started managing her daughter's professional endeavors and supported her as her representative.


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The mother-daughter duo even started producing a four-part TV docu-series, A Ruthless Scandal: No More Lies. The series is to detail the facts surrounding Eazy-E's mysterious and untimely death.

Erin's half-sister Erica Wright also became a part of the team.

But, the documentary's production got affected due to a lack of enough crowdfunds and the COVID-19 pandemic. Nevertheless, the 29-years-old affirmed to release the docu-series soon. 


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Other than the series, Erin has already released singles such as What I Wanna Do, Girl Crush, and Heart Hurts