In 1995, AIDS killed Eazy-E. And twenty-years later, his daughter Ebie Wright is looking to investigate her father's death and the circumstances around it with a new documentary. It will be called A Ruthless Scandal: No More Lies and she has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $250,000 in order to make the project come to life.

She said the documentary is "mainly about the scandal surrounding my father’s death" and "shocking facts and recollections from key people who were connected to the story." She says "The FACTS are simply jaw dropping."

Those that support the Kickstarter for A Ruthless Scandal: No More Lies, Wright will be rewarded with an original version of Eazy-E's obituary for a $3,000 contribution, or they can spend a day with Wright and one of Eazy’s old hip-hop peers for $5000. Find the Kickstarter here.