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E.B. Wright, the daughter of late rapper Eazy-E  had a lot to say about the film Straight Outta Compton. After the weekend release of the F. Gary Gray directed N.W.A. biopic, E.B. went straight to twitter to express her thoughts.

A LOT of Eazy-E’s storyline was missing but that’s okay because I’m producing a documentary that will show EVERYTHING including his death

A lot of “Death Row” story in what was the “N.W.A.” story .. They don’t show that my dad went to court and still made money off of Death Row

The entire “No Vaseline” record was played but not ONE snippet of “Real Muthafuckin G’s”. You GOTTA show the get back of the MAIN MAN! #Eazy

How about Eazy finding Bone Thugs after Cube and Dre left ? Bone Thugs one of the biggest groups of all time !

Just saying a lot of pivotal moments in Eazy’s life were left out . But let’s all remember this was the N.W.A. story as a collective

All in all .. I’m still happy . Go see Straight Outta Compton and then sit tight and wait for the doc “A Ruthless Scandal: No More Lies” .

But while she was both excited and disappointed about the film some people felt she was way too critical. E.B. told HipHollywood that wasn’t the case and clarified her remarks.

“I spent time on set and I’ve always been in full support of the movie,” she explained. “And really in full support of Jason Mitchell for playing my dad, he did a phenomenal job. What I was tweeting about was just some of things that I felt could have been added to make it greater than it was.”

 

The 24 year old singer, who just goes by  E.B., also expressed that she felt more of Eazy’s personal life should have been in the film, including his relationship with her mother. Hit the flip to hear what she had to say about that and Eazy’s wife Tomica Woods-Wright, who served as one of the executive producers of the film.

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  1. Vysehrad

    August 27, 2015 at 1:59 PM

    All due respect to your father, but NWA started the conflict by calling Cube a Benedict Arnold, just for not wanting to get screwed. They provoked the bear, and they got it back. Because Cube was always the heart and soul of NWA.

  2. Helenofreims

    October 16, 2015 at 11:39 AM

    Did, you say anything used screwed up “Tramp”: you sure is ugly line from “Color Purple” trying speak proper. Why? Didn’t the estate escape the conflict make biographical film prior to “Outto Compton” you don’t have connections possibly T.V
    or cable movie release boring topic. Find a job Ms.Gobbles sucking wrong peckers whore!

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