Daijah Wright:
• Was born in the USA in 1995 and holds American nationality
• Known for being the sister of rapper Eric Darnell Wright Jr. and daughter of rapper Eric Lynn Wright (Eazy-E)
• Currently in a relationship with American Zavier Mattison
• Professionally a singer and music producer
• Net worth estimated at over $1 million

Who is Daijah Wright?

Daijah was born in the USA, in November 1995 – she hasn’t shared her exact date of birth, but her zodiac sign is said to be Pisces, and she holds American nationality. She’s known for two things: for being the younger half-sister of the rapper Eric Darnell Wright Jr, and the daughter of the late American rapper Eric Lynn Wright (Eazy-E).

Early life and education

Daijah was raised in Los Angeles, California solely by her mother Tomica Woods, because her father had died six months before she was born. She has a brother named Dominick, and nine half-siblings; it’s believed that her father had 11 children with eight women.

Daijah became interested in music at a very early age, mostly because she was motivated by the stories of her father, which her mother would tell her every day. She studied at a local high school, and was physically highly active during her four years there, playing various sports including volleyball and soccer, while she also practiced acting with the school’s drama club.

Upon matriculating in 2013, Daijah didn’t enroll at college.

Daijah’s career

Daijah is keeping her career away from the media’s attention, but it’s known that she has become a singer and a music producer; several videos which feature her covering her father’s songs can be found uploaded onto YouTube.

Love life and relationships

Daijah is highly secretive when it comes to her love life, but has still allowed her fans to have a glimpse into it. According to a picture which she uploaded onto her Instagram account on 15 February 2021, she’s today in a relationship with the non-celebrity American Zavier Mattison; they have apparently been together since 15 February 2018, with Daijah referring to him as her ‘best friend’ and her ‘boo’.

There are also some people who believe that she’s either lesbian or bisexual, and that this is why she hasn’t shared any details of her past and present relationships, with the exception of that one picture; this hasn’t been confirmed or addressed by Daijah.

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As of December 2021, she appears to be in a relationship with Zavier Mattison, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Hobbies and other interests

Daijah is a huge fan of rap music, and her late father remains her favorite rapper, however, she also likes to listen to Lil Wayne, Jay-Z and Drake.

She likes to travel, and thanks to the money which she and her mother inherited after her father’s will, she’s been to a couple of US states, for both work and pleasure; Daijah has apparently also travelled to France and England in Europe, and her dream travel destination is Rome in Italy.

She enjoys watching movies late at night – her favorite actor and actress are Will Smith and Kate Winslet, while a couple of her favorite films include “Independence Day”, “I Am Legend” and “The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”.

Daijah is physically highly active, and has multiple training sessions at the gym every week, thus her slim figure; she’s also following a strict diet, meaning that she avoids eating fast food and sweets.

Age, height and net worth

Daijah’s age is 26. She has long brown hair which she usually dyes red, her eyes are brown, and she’s 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall, and weighing around 130lbs (60kgs).

As of December 2021, Daijah’s net worth has been estimated at over $1 million, while her father’s net worth at the time of his death was estimated at over $50 million.

Who was her father Eazy-E?

Eric Lynn Wright, known better by his stage name Eazy-E, was born in Compton, California USA, on 7 September 1964 – his zodiac sign was Virgo, and he held American nationality. He was a rapper, who is still remembered for having been the lead rapper of the hip hop group N. W. A, and for having launched his own record label Ruthless Records.

He was raised in Compton alongside his brother Kenneth and sister Patricia, by their father Richard who was a postal worker, and their mother Kathie who was the administrator of a local elementary school. Eric became interested in rap music while attending a local high school, and he dropped out when he was 16 years old; he eventually passed his GED tests.

He began supporting himself financially when he was around 15, mostly by selling drugs; according to Eazy-E’s former music manager Jerry Heller, he was selling marijuana but never cocaine. By the time he turned 22, Eazy-E had apparently already made close to $300,000 solely from selling drugs, but after his cousin was killed in the streets, he chose to move to Los Angeles, and focus on his career as a rapper. Eazy-E and Jerry then launched Ruthless Records, with Jerry owning 20 percent of the company, and Eazy-E the remaining 80.

He released his debut album “Eazy-Duz-It” in 1988, comprising 12 songs, and it has since sold close to three million copies, peaking at #41 on the Billboard 200 Chart; most of the songs were written by Ice Cube and MC Ren, while the album was produced by DJ Yella and Dr. Dre.

He was already a member of N. W. A. by that time; Ice Cube left the group in 1989, and they released their following two albums “100 Miles and Runnin’” and “Niggaz4Life” in 1990 and 1991, respectively. Because of the albums, Ice Cube and N. W. A. turned against each other.

Problems started after Jerry Heller became the manager of N. W. A, because he took care solely of Eazy-E, instead of all of the group’s members; Dr. Dre and The D. O. C. wanted to be released from the group, but Eazy-E wouldn’t allow it. After the controversial former music executive Suge Knight threatened to harm Eazy-E’s family, he finally let the rappers leavep.

On 25 October 1993, Eazy-E released his album “It’s On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa”.

Eazy-E was taken to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on 24 February 1995, and was diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. He revealed this to the public on 16 March 1995, and he died 10 days later, to pneumonia caused by AIDS. His album “Str8 off tha Streetz of Muthaphukkin Compton” was released posthumously on 30 January 1996.

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