- Ebie, Eazy-E's daughter, said many had offered to support her but the person integral to her story was not cooperating
- The 29-year-old said she had spoken to Ice Cube's son and the rapper was willing to help before he changed his mind
- The lady wondered why Ice Cube was speaking to other media companies but refusing to appear in the documentary
Daughter of late N.W.A rapper Eazy-E, Ebie Wright, has accused Ice Cube of avoiding making an appearance in her father's documentary.
In an interview with Toofab, Ebie said she has been raising money to do the documentary, which is in completion, but there are some missing parts like Ice Cube's story.
The rapper and actor is important to the story as both were part of the famous rap group members that rose to fame in the 80s.
Ebie said many had offered support for her piece and shared the relationship they had with her father and how he opened doors for them.
"The only thing I will say honestly, is probably the only person that matters to this story I'm telling, who hasn't talked on it so far, I'm just being completely honest, is Ice Cube," the 29-year-old said.
The young lady said she grew up with Cube's son and still shares a great relationship with his eldest son, actor O'Shea Jackson, who promised to intervene on her behalf.
She noted Ice Cube was willing to help, but after that, he has been "ducking and dodging" her, adding he is speaking to podcasts and radio station about her father but not her.
"To be honest, I don't know why Ice Cube wouldn't talk about my dad with me. I don't know because again, he's been on many platforms large and small, talking about Eazy-E. So I really don't know," she said.
Ice Cube, Eazy-E, DJ Yella, Dr Dre and MC Ren were the founding members of N.W.A who are considered to be one of the most influential groups ever in Hip hop.
Cube left the group in 1989 in a dispute over royalties leading to diss tracks from his and Eazy's side before other members also dropped out.
The parties never got to repair their relationship before Easy passed away in 1995, at the age of 30, after suffering from AIDs.
Ebie, however, insists her beloved dad was killed with a weaponised AIDS injection, which led to his sickness and death, a belief that is also held by many of his fans.
In other world celebrity news, Briefly News reported that The Game says 'real men' provide shelter and care for their women. American rapper Jayceon Terrell Taylor, professionally known as The Game, has taken to social media to talk about financial responsibility in relationships.
In a series of tweets, the rapper explained why women should not be saddled with the responsibility of splitting or paying bills.
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