Floyd Myers, Heavy D’s brother and business manager attempted to obtain control of Heavy’s asset from a 1999 will. In this will, signed by Heavy, it states that Myers is the admin over Heavy’s estate which leaves the rapper’s 13-year old daughter, Xea without gaining anything.
Floyd Myers wants the court to honor specifies that all of Heavy’s assets should go to Floyd (keep in mind, Heavy apparently signed off on that will BEFORE his daughter was born). The rapper only had $320,000 in listed assets (but there could be more money in future royalties and other bank accounts that haven’t been discovered yet).
Heavy’s mother Eulahlee Myers went on record to say, “The Myers family is a close-knit family and always will be. Just the way Heavy liked it”. Eulahee explains, the petition filed in court was formality to sell a condo both Heavy and Floyd own. A California law requires that this action be taken by a probate when a property owner passes. According to Eulahee, the estate will go to Xea. Currently, Heavy’s property is in storage. Once Xea is old enough, his property will go to her.
Heavy D passed away in November of 2011 at the age of 44.