Eighteen years after Eazy-E's death -- he died on March 26th, 1995, reportedly at the hands of AIDS -- his daughter E.B. Wright is working on a documentary about the late rapper's life, according to BET.com.

"A lot of people don't know the truth behind his death," says Wright. "There's definitely a story out there of how people think he died but a lot of it is a misconception, so I think it's time to tell the story of exactly what happened."

Titled A Ruthless Scandal, the documentary will center on The N.W.A. founder's untimely death and feature a variety of his closest friends and family. Wright was only four years of age when he passed, and the documentary appears to be a way for she herself to make sense of her dad's life.

"I'm going to have interviews with everyone," she explains. "His former [NWA] group members, business associates, friends, doctors, lawyers, court papers will all be in there. Everything that was involved [in his death] is going to be a part of the documentary."

While no release date is in sight, 2014 will hopefully see the Eazy-E doc makes it way to audiences.

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