When West Coast rapper Eazy-E passed away in 1995, he left behind a 6,700 square-foot mansion. Famous for it's all-night parties filled with plenty of females, the home was the ultimate party palace. The crib had 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a black room with fluorescent pillows and a neon sign that read "Eazy's Playhouse."
Unfortunately the home, which was inherited by Eazy's wife, Tomika Wright, was foreclosed on according to recently released documents obtained by TMZ.
Tomika, who also took ownership of her late husband's Ruthless Records, had been making the mortgage payments, but fell behind in 2011 to the tune of $168,278.78 and was never able to catch up.
The home was sold at a foreclosure auction in May for $2.2 million.