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Rumors of the Death of Hip Hop Recording Artist Lil Eazy E are False

31 Dec 11
Amy
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
December 31, 2011

Media Contact:
Amy Malone, GIC Public Relations
323-972-4081
amy@gicpublicrelations.net
www.gicpublicrelations.net

Los Angeles, CA – Lil Eazy E, son of rap legend Eric “Eazy E” Wright was not killed. Rumors have spread throughout the night, via blogs, entertainment websites, and various forums of social media that he was killed in a fatal car crash; however it was a family member that lost his life.

“My heart is heavy with grieve over the loss of my loved one. I thank all of you for your sentiments and ask that you pray for my family as we deal with this very difficult and painful occurrence,” said Lil Eazy E.

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