Real controversial girl sh**!
It looks like Megan Thee Stallion is unwillingly at the center of a hard-to-follow fight between a handful of Eazy-E’s kids. Several arguments popped-off between the siblings all because of the Texas rapper sampling “Boyz-N-The-Hood”, their late dad’s hit song. Apparently, none of his offspring are getting paid off of his legacy, and that’s where the problem lies (we think).
Let’s try to break it down!
Hours before the release of Meg’s song sampling Eazy-E was released, his daughter Henree Wright, aka ReeMarkable, posted an Instagram video expressing her frustration over the single. The unhappy young woman, a rapper herself, was upset that holders of Eazy-E’s musical rights gave clearance to other rappers while denying her request to sample her father’s work.
“I’m straight bothered and I don’t really get bothered, but I’m not bothered by these dope-a** artists that’s making these dope-a** pieces of merch or these dope-a** musicians that’s are making these dope a** songs. As long as y’all are paying homage to my father, I fu** with that 100 percent, right? What I’m bothered by is the people in the background who pushed the OK button and say, ‘Go ahead and drop it, we co-sign it. We write off on it. ‘Cause he got kids that y’all won’t write sh** off for. We’ve been trying forever.”
Yikes! It wasn’t long before Ebie Wright, Eazy’s other daughter, popped up online with her own video that questioned ReeMarkable’s motives behind her Insta-rant.
She was not her for her “sister”…and she didn’t mince words at all.
Hit the flip.
Ebie Wright, Eazy’s older daughter had this to say in support of Meg’s single:
“It’s really strange to me that every single time something that has to do with my dad comes up, she’s the first running to the internet to speak up, as if she’s the spokesperson for my father or family. It’s really, really fucking weird. The only person who has been fighting, and is still fighting to this day, for my father’s estate is me. Me and my mother.”
In reaction, ReeMarkable recorded one last time to address her sibling.
“It is so sad that your own blood can get on the internet and try to bash you ’cause they jealous and envious of you. Ain’t you 30 years old?” ReeMarkable began. “… Every time I get posted by a blog, or I’m on television, or my music is doing well, you get sad or depressed or mad—you and your momma. What’s up with y’all? I’m your sister. We ain’t family, but we’re blood.”
The back and forth goes on, and on in the sisters’ respective IG stories if you want to keep up. A few of their other sibling even jump in the comments.
WE are confused but wouldn’t mind seeing these ladies work it out on Reality TV. Any takers???
Anywho! Thee Stallion still released her track to a fiery reception, stream for yourself below to be the judge.