Eazy-E of the Widow And the Child In the Legal Battle of More Ruthless Records
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When Eazy-E passed the AIDS virus in 1995, he left behind a Hip Hop empire Ruthless Records. On Tuesday (August 15), the N. W. A rap god's widow and current owner of the brand, Tomica Woods-Wright, according to reports submitted to federal trademark infringement lawsuit against his stepson, Eric "Lil Eazy-E" Wright.
Woods-Wright's claims, Wright and his business partner, Arnold White, are the inappropriate use of the cruelty of the Records in the name of profit in your web page, ruthlessrecordsinc.com.
The lawsuit alleges White and Wright tried to trademark "Ruthless Records Inc." in 2016, but the request was rejected due to its blatant similarity with the Ruthless Records. It also says that the duo is included as a NWA-LLC, which hinders the N. W. of A brand.
Ruthless Records was founded by the executive Jerry Heller, Eazy and Dr. Dre in 1986. The label gave birth to albums such as N. W. a Straight Outta Compton, JJ fads Supersonic, and The D. O. C. No one Can Do it Better.
The Ruthless Records history, it was partially in the box-office success of the movie Straight Outta Compton in 2015.