Who is Erin Bria Wright?
Erin Bria Wright is the daughter of Eric Lynn Wright, better known as Easy-E, and Tracy Jernigan, a rising entrepreneur, singer, and actor. On every significant occasion, she remembers her father.
Erin Bria Wright is the daughter of late rapper Eric Lynn Wright, better known as Easy-E, and Tracy Jernigan, and is a budding businesswoman, singer, and actress.
- Date of Birth Jul 16, 1991
- Age29 Years, 10 Months
- Nationality American
- Birth Place Compton, California, United States
- Profession Singer+ Actress
- Relationship Status Single
- Boyfriend Not Known
- Ethnicity/Race Afro-American
- Father Eazy-E (September 7,1963-March 26,1995 )
- Mother Tracy Jernagin
- Sister/s Daijah Wright
- Brother/s Eric Wright, Jr., Dominick Wright
- Siblings 3
- College University of California
- Hair Color Black
- Eye Color Black
MTV’s My Sweet Sixteen and Exiled both featured her.
She Was Four When Her Father Eazy-E Died
Erin Bria Wright was born in Compton, California, on July 16, 1991. Eazy-E and Tracy Jernigan were never married.
Despite this, she spent a significant amount of time with her father. Unfortunately, the romance only lasted a few months. In 1995, when she was four years old, her father, Eazy-E, died of AIDS-related complications.
Her mother raised her after her father died.
She always pays Tribute To Her Father On His Birthdays
Erin honors and appreciates her father, despite the fact that he died when she was a child.
Her father, Eazy-E, is known as the “godfather of gangsta rap” for leading the group N.W.A and its company, Ruthless Records, which features well-known musicians such as Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dogg.
Erin now carries on his legacy. Every significant event, such as his birthday or Father’s Day, she honors him.
For example, on his 56th birthday, September 7, 2020, she traveled to Los Angeles and placed her father’s and her own photographs on a 50-foot-tall billboard in Manhattan’s Times Square.
Tracy Jernigan, her mother, Manages Her Career
Erin was raised by her single mother, Tracy Jernigan, a Jewish immigrant.
Tracy used to work as a music manager. She was the manager of DJ Uneek, who later became a member of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. She began managing her daughter’s career pursuits and supporting her as her representative, utilizing her expertise.
A Ruthless Scandal: No More Lies, a four-part TV docu-series, was even initiated by the mother-daughter team. The series will investigate the circumstances surrounding Eazy-unexpected E’s death.
Erica Wright, Erin’s half-sister, joined the team as well.
However, due to a lack of sufficient crowdfunding and the COVID-19 outbreak, the documentary’s development was hampered. Nonetheless, the 29-year-old stated that the docu-series will be released soon.
Erin has already released singles such as What I Wanna Do, Girl Crush, and Heart Hurts in addition to the series.