Eazy-E's Daughters Clash Over Megan Thee Stallion's 'Girls in the Hood'

Mahlik Campbell

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CIRCA 1990: American rapper Eazy-E poses. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

Eazy-E's daughters reignited their feud following the release of Megan Thee Stallion's latest single. 😳

Just before the Houston rapper dropped "Girls in the Hood," which puts a female twist on the classic 1987 N.W.A. song "Boyz-N-The-Hood" performed by Eazy-E, one of the late artist's daughters, Henree Wright, also known as ReeMarkable, shared a video on Instagram airing out her issues with the single.

Though ReeMarkable, who also makes music, doesn't have a problem with "dope-ass artists" like Megan paying tribute to her dad, she claimed she and her siblings can never create "in the likeness of my father," as their efforts are usually shut down by Eazy-E's team.

"I’m slick bothered and I don't really get bothered," she said. "But I'm not bothered by these dope-ass artists that's making these dope-ass pieces of merch or these dope-ass musicians that's making these dope-ass songs. As long as y’all are paying homage to my father, I f*ck with it 100 percent, right? What I'm bothered by is the people in the background that pressed the OK button and said, 'Go ahead and drop it, we co-sign, we write off on it. ‘Cause he got kids that y’all won’t write sh*t off for."

She added, "I got siblings that wanna be doing so much stuff in the likeness of my father, but we can’t — unless we wanna get some papers thrown on our table, a cease-and-desist. That sh*t crazy. Somebody tell me how we stop that! 'Cause we want our daddy’s legacy, we do."

However, it appears that not all of her siblings share these frustrations, as Eazy-E's other daughter Ebie Wright had a different take on the situation. Ebie asked viewers of her own video to stop confusing her with ReeMarkable and said that it's "really f*cking weird" to her that her half-sister tries to act as "the spokesperson" for their father.

"I don't know [ReeMarkable]. My father didn't know her," Ebie claimed. "And 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 my family. It's really, really f*cking weird."

Ebie went on to say that she loves when artists pay homage to Eazy-E since she believes he still hasn't received his "proper respect."

Shortly after, ReeMarkable responded, labeling Ebie as "delusional" and suggesting that she needs to "stop with the jealous sh*t" in an IG caption.

"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. Like, ain't you 30 years old?" she said, continuing, "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, we blood."

Ebie later posted a few IG stories, writing under one photo of her and her pops that her "dad's spirit" was telling her to stop "entertaining" the drama in a public forum.

If you haven't had the chance to bump "Girls in the Hood" yet, take a listen below.