Monday, August 17, 2015

Erin Wright Clarifies N.W.A. Biopic Statements


Over the weekend N.W.A founding member Eric 'Easy E' Wright's daughter Erin lashed out at the N.W.A. biopic 'Straight Outta Compton' for leaving out pivotal points in her father's career [click here if you missed that].

Erin clarifies her remarks…

In a comment left on Baller Alert Erin explains,

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

When was your last aids test?

Anonymous said...

Why is she inisting in looking hood. Is that still the look in compton?

dreadee said...

^^^No, and she is a poser anyway.

AnRnBThug said...

Bitch mad cause SHE wanted to play her father in the movie.
It's funny she trying to state facts about her father but she was a toddler when it all went down. So, she's just repeating what her mother told her.
Why doesn't she go over how her Father caught Aids? He ain't catch it from no Woman that for sure.....

Anonymous said...

It is a movie. I am sure they tried their best to put out the most accurate renditions of their lives as possible but everything will not be told and some of the truth might be omitted. The problem here is, Eazy E is dead and can not debate nor clarify any of his parts of the movie. I personally haven't seen it yet but dang, I heard they left out JJFad's role in Ruthless Records! HA! Alright, moving on....They even filmed parts of the movie on my street so I'm excited to see it :)

This seems rambly (sp?)...LOL...

Anonymous said...

So wrong but I heartily LOL'd @9:45AM.

Anonymous said...

It was a bio pic not a documentary. Of course it wasn't going to be 100% accurate with the details. Also this was about NWA as a whole, not just Eazy E. She needs to let it go.

Anonymous said...

I remember when Crips would clown E. Talking about how he's a funny style cat who'd hang around. Is that going in the documentary?



And why isn't the outrage about D.O.C. and his imprint on NWA? They awarded his ghost writing with weed and gold plated ropes.

Pebbles said...

Correct!! It is a movie, not a documentary. I can understand how someone would want their parent to "look good," in a movie. As for the virus, I don't really think that so important for the movie. Now, whenever or if ever the documentary comes out, then add the important, trials and tribulations of his life.

Unknown said...

she look horrible

You’d like to know said...

I thought that was a dude with a wig on! She looks just like her dad!

Anonymous said...

Ummmmmmmmm, it wasn't the Eazy-E story, ma'am!! And take that stuff off, you look ridiculous. :-/

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