(19 March 1995 - 26 March 1995) (his death) (2 children)
The Couple at a Los Angeles nightclub in 1991 and was not immediately taken with him; in fact, she didn't know who he was. Their paths continued to cross, and she told Smith, "He was very down- to-earth, sweet. We'd laugh together when I got to know him a little better. And from then on, it was just ... history." They spent four years in a relationship and had two children, a son named Dominick and a daughter named Daijah, before marrying twelve days before Wright died.
After Wright's death, his will was contested by six former girlfriends and two former business partners. In regard to one particular ex- partner, she told Smith, "He basically underestimated my relationship with Eric and underestimated me.... I did have business knowledge." Woods-Wright's response to those who accused her seeking an easy fortune was to tell Smith, "(Before becoming president of the label) there was a lot less stress, a lot less responsibility, a lot less burden than there was before."
Wright met Tomica Woods at a Los Angeles nightclub in 1991, and they married in 1995, twelve days before his death. They had a son named Dominick and a daughter named Daijah (born six months after Wright's death). After Wright's death, Ruthless Records was taken over by his wife.
The widow of rapper Eazy-E, who died in March of AIDS, has given birth to their second child. Tomica Woods-Wright had a 7-pound 5-ounce girl, Daijah Nakia, at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, publicist Norman Winter said Wednesday. The baby is being tested for the AIDS virus. Eazy-E, whose real name was Eric Wright, co-founded the pioneering "gangsta" rap group N.W.A. He was 31.