Tomica Woods Wright is a popular American woman born on December 7, 1969 in Los Angeles, California. Her fame is largely attributed to her marriage to Rapper Eazy-E.
There are specific details concerning Woods’ parents but it reports later revealed her parents divorced when she was very young but this didn’t stop her from pursuing a career coming up as a young hustler.
She found herself in high school where she obtained diploma at San Fernando Valley High School. Woods didn’t stop there, she went kn to grab a degree from the West Los Angeles College. On completing her degree, that was when she delved into the music industry and worked as a secretary to renowned music executive and film producer, Clarence Avant.
Tomica Woods’ marriage to Eazy-E
In what looks like a good love story turn bad, Woods met Eazy-E back in 1991 and they dated for four good years with two children, Named Dominick and Daijah even before getting married in a star studded ceremony that took place on 14th March 1995.
The sad moment of their arrived just 12 days after their marriage when the Rap icon painfully exit the world on on the 26th of March 1995.
Cause of her Husband’s death
Eazy-E was rumored to be a womanizer who loves to go clubbing with numerous young sex workers and his action was the beginning of the end for him which he didn’t discover very early to put a stop to it.
Before his death, he was admitted at the Cedar-Sinai Medical Centre in Los Angeles due to a violent cough which was later discovered that he was positive to HIV Aids, a virus he probably got from one of the numerous sex workers who has been servicing him.
All attempts to get him treated failed leading to the legendary rappers sad demise.
Following the death of Eazy-E, Woods took over as the CEO of his record label Ruthless Records and went on to sign new acts such as NX Nation,Stevie Stone, and Hopspinz. Aside that, She has also served as a producer on several films related to Ruthless label acts. They include Straight Outta Compton (2015), Bone Thugs-N-harmony: Greatest Video Hits (2000) and Eazy-E: The Impact of a Legend (2002).