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Heavy D's Family

We're Making Sure His

Daughter Gets EVERYTHING

5/21/2013 4:15 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
EXCLUSIVE

0521-heavy-d-tmzEvery single penny from Heavy D's estate will go to the late rapper's 13-year-old daughter ... this according to Heavy's mom.

We broke the story ... Heavy's brother Floyd has filed court docs seeking control of Heavy's estate -- via an old will that earmarks nothing for D's 13-year-old daughter, parents or other siblings.

But Heavy's mom Eulahlee Myers tells TMZ ... the entire family SUPPORTS Floyd ... because they believe he will protect Heavy's fortune for his daughter -- until she's an adult.

"Heavy’s Estate needs to be managed," Myers tells us ... adding, "It cannot be self-managed or self-administered and it has to be Court approved. Open bills, unfinished business, taxes and day-to-day decisions including future plans for his daughter all need to be done. This management needs someone who is capable, smart, honest and close to this family."

"The family all wanted Floyd as that person to represent Dwight’s estate."

Myers explains, "All of Heavy’s assets are going to his 13-year-old Daughter Xea -- including his Social Security, Pension, and future Royalties. All of Heavy’s personal belongings are in storage for his Daughter until she gets a bit older."

She adds, "The Myers family is a close-knit family and always will be. Just the way Heavy liked it."

HD died in November 2011 from a pulmonary embolism. He was 44.


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17 COMMENTS

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shannon    

Great to see a family trust one another so much, especially when it comes to money. People get greedy and weird when someone dies. This is refreshing.

469 days ago
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AV    

All those people think their going to get something, After they find out this guy owes more than he's worth, their not going to want noting to do with his family?

469 days ago
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Mumra the Ever Living    

Floyd and Eulahlee are on their way to Vegas, unknown Baby-Mama and bastard child are on their way to the homeless shelter.
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Heavy D? He's putrefying into a fatty goo as we speak.
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Let's face it though - how much did Mr. D have to his name when he fattened himself to death? I would guess he drank, ate, and drugged himself to pin money.

469 days ago
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tory martin    

Jacky Jasper broke this story. It was on his blog from yesterday.

469 days ago
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sgm    

Bad, bad decision!

468 days ago
6.

exlax    

just get her a lifetime membership to diabetes

468 days ago
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Mimi    

NOOOOOO! If the estate is in the daughter's name, two people should administer and sign any do***ents. You don't "trust" someone will work to protect a minor, you sign her up as the beneficiary. He cannot administer AND protect her without putting the estate in her name. He can ask to be the Executor, not the person who inherits. It safeguards her because if it's in his name and it goes missing, he only took from himself. The other way, it's a fiduciary responsibility and a crime to steal the money. If you were trustworthy, you would put it in her name and administer on her behalf. Someone tell Grandma, "NOOOOOOOO".

468 days ago
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Cynna121    

Thanks MiMi, that's exactly right. I hope someone tells grams too-ASAP!

468 days ago
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HIPHOP_CPA    

The family should hire an experience attorney and CPA, particularly a CPA SUCH AS Twitter @HIPHOP_CPA who understands entertainment publishing and royalties. BERTHA GEORGE & HARRIET Accounting, Tax, Sport and Entertainment Financial Mgmt. www dot bghaccounting dot com As others have stated, a professional and licensed fiduciary needs to handle the estate and it's protection and disbursement.

251 days ago

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