Eazy-E allegedly infected two of his patients with HIV/AIDS, according to a doctor.
The doctor, who was featured in “The Mysterious Death of Eazy-E,” claimed the rapper’s pregnant wife is lucky she was negative when he died.
We’re currently watching WEtv’s The Mysterious Death of Eazy-E, and in a recent episode, a doctor made some startling remarks. After becoming sick in 1995, the Compton rapper was taken to the hospital. Eazy realized he had HIV/AIDS when he was there, and the N.W.A. legend died a few weeks later.
People have been speculating about what happened to the 30-year-old musician for decades, and conspiracy theories have proliferated. There have been claims that he was injected with the virus on purpose, while some claim he was murdered in the hospital and his death was hushed up.
Nonetheless, on the WEtv documentary, Dr. Wilbert Jordan told Jasmine Simpkins that he had treated two women who got HIV after having sex with Eazy-E. Simpkins told Dr. Jordan, “What I’m hearing you say is that as his immune system deteriorates, the probability of his transferring it to someone increases.” “He married a woman who was pregnant and had a child.”
Tomica Wright is said to have met Eazy-E in 1991 and married him just 12 days before his death in 1995. They have two children together, the eldest of whom was born six months after the rapper died. Tomica is free of HIV/AIDS.
“If she’s negative, the baby will be negative,” Dr. Jordan explained. “She’s fortunate because she was exposed enough to have.” “And two of them were my patients,” Dr. Jordan said after Simpkins remarked that Eazy had “other ladies in his life.”
“One of my patients is still alive,” he continued, before confirming that the other is as well. Watch a scene from The Mysterious Death of Eazy-E below down.