The huge Calabasas, Calif. mansion once used by the late Eazy-E to throw wild, all-night parties was foreclosed on earlier this year because his widow allegedly stopped making payments, reports TMZ.
The property saw much action back in the early 90s as the rapper’s go-to party spot for entourage members and women, according to the website.
The 6,700 square-foot home reportedly even had a black room with fluorescent pillows and a neon sign that read “Eazy’s Playhouse.”
When the N.W.A rapper died in 1995, the house was passed on to his wife Tomica Wright. But according to official records, which just became available, she fell behind on the mortgage payments in 2011, reportedly owing $168,278.78.
Unable to make good on the payments, the 5-bedroom, 6-bath house was sold at a foreclosure auction in May for $2.2 million.