Tomica Woods-Wright is a well-known American film producer born in Los Angeles, California, on December 7, 1969. She is the founder and C.E.O. of the American music label Ruthless Records. The Woman began working at a couple of production businesses because she wanted to be a film producer.

She is more popular for being the celebrity wife of Eazy-E, a popular rapper who died of AIDS in 1995. Daijah Wright and Dominick Wright are their children. At present, Tomica appears to be single. People also alleged she married Eazy-E to access his business and million-dollar houses.

Erin Bria Wright, an American Singer and Actress, is the stepdaughter of the Businesswoman.

Tomica Receives Eazy-E’s Wealth after His Death

Eazy-E was a popular American rapper popular to his admirers as The Godfather of Gangsta Rap. By the time he was 22, E had reputedly made more than a quarter of a million dollars doing drugs on the street, but it was nothing compared to what he’d make with N.W.A.

The Rapper’s album Straight Outta Compton has been certified three times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. N****z4life, their underappreciated sophomore album, also sold over a million copies. Ruthless Records made an estimated $10 million per month in record sales.

Early Picture of Tomica Wright with her husband and child
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His early aim was to make it big and get wealthy no matter what. He was born into a low-income family in Compton, California. But he was successfully living a lavish lifestyle as he was valued at up to $35 million throughout his lifetime. He died in the early 1990s after being infected with AIDS.

At his death, the Rapper possessed a mansion in Calabasas, California, which he bought for $1.1 Million in 1991. Furthermore, After his death, his wife Tomica received his house, business and all of his properties.

Career and Income Sources of The American Businesswoman

Tomica Wright began working in different production firms after finishing her education. Her first entry into the music industry was with Tabu Records, where she worked alongside founder Clarence Avant. Her time there helped her become more familiar with the recording industry’s workings.

She was also working for Motown Records when she knew of Easy-HIV/AIDS E’s diagnosis. The Businesswoman then became the general manager of Ruthless Record. She was C.E.O. of the corporation in 1995, following Eazy-E’s death. She later went into film production as well.

Tomica Wright smiling toward the camera
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The Businesswoman took over Ruthless Records after Eazy-death E’s and signed musicians like Big Chan, Bluelight, Big Roce, and actor/comedian Chris Tucker. She produced Straight Outta Compton, a critically acclaimed film about Eazy-rap E’s group N.W.A., in 2015 and earned lots of money from the film.

She also has a mansion in Calabash valued at $3,099,000, which she bought in 2005 and spanned 0.33 acres. Eazy’s Playhouse is the name of the mansion. However, she ceased making mortgage payments, and the house was foreclosed on in 2012. On November 27, 2012, she sold the mansion for $2,067,000.

After all, Tomica has proven to be a successful businesswoman, having founded the Ruthless Records Company, which should increase her Net Worth in the coming days.

Furthermore, she has a net worth of $15 Million as of now and is living her life lavishly with her children.

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