Doctor Claims Eazy-E Gave Two Of His Patients HIV/AIDS

Written by on September 9, 2021

We’re knee-deep into The Mysterious Dying of Eazy-E collection on WEtv and in a latest episode, a health care provider has made some eyebrow-raising statements. In 1995, the Compton rapper was admitted to the hospital after feeling unwell. Whereas there, Eazy reportedly found he had HIV/AIDS, and inside weeks, the N.W.A. icon had handed away.

Unsurprisingly, conspiracy theories have abounded for many years as individuals have given their takes on what really occurred to the 30-year-old rapper. There have been allegations that he was purposefully injected with the virus whereas others have said that he was murdered within the hospital and his demise was lined up.

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But, Dr. Wilbert Jordan advised Jasmine Simpkins on the WEtv collection that he personally handled two girls who contracted HIV after having intercourse with Eazy-E. “What I am listening to you say is that as his immune system diminished, the chance of him transmitting it to somebody will increase,” Simpkins mentioned to Dr. Jordan. “The girl that he married was pregnant [and] had a baby.”

Tomica Wright reportedly met Eazy-E in 1991 and the couple wed simply 12 days earlier than he died in 1995. They’d two youngsters collectively, the youngest being born six months after the rapper handed away. Tomica doesn’t have HIV/AIDS.

“If she’s unfavourable, the infant’s gonna be unfavourable,” mentioned Dr. Jordan. “She’s fortunate ‘trigger she was uncovered sufficient she might have.” Simpkins talked about that Eazy had “different girls in his life,” and Dr. Jordan chimed in to say, “And two of them was my sufferers.”

“One continues to be my affected person,” he added earlier than clarifying that the opposite continues to be alive, as nicely. Take a look at the clip from The Mysterious Dying of Eazy-Eunder.

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