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Brian Christopher "Chris" Wright passed away in his sleep on Friday, November 13, 2020. He was born in Ruston, LA, the son of Nikolya T. Sparks and Brian C. Wright on April 9, 1998. He was reared by a devoted father, Joseph B. ("Pooh/Pops") Farve, Jr. He attended and graduated from Sci High of New Orleans, class of 2016.

Chris, also known as Waxx, was an up and coming rapper and music producer. When he wasn't working on music, or spending time with his family and friends (Devin, Jamol, Jason, Kalvin, Kris, Quan, Rob, and Whitt, he was an avid gamer. He cherished his relationships and considered his friends as family members. Chris adored his mother and maintained his role as her protector until he met his untimely demise.

Chris leaves to mourn his aunts, Tanya ("Tee") Sparks (Noel), Kim Farve, Shelitha Kendrick Brown, his uncle Brandon Miller (Kim), his sisters, Jattir Farve, Breionne, Braylyn, and Bria Wright; his paternal grandparents, Doris and Joseph B. Farve, Sr., Barbara and Ernest Miller, bonus grandparents, Harold and Mary Harper, his devoted cousins, Everett (Tre') and Natasha (Tash) Darensbourg, Raquel "(Raq") Fairley, and his loving girlfriend, Ki-Myja' Williams. Chris was also survived by his loving godparents, Kiashauana ("Nanny Kee") Smith, Pandetta ("Nanny Pan") Chapman, and Kevin ("Unc") Darensbourg and a host of other aunts, uncles, and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Curtis and Delores ("Deekie") Sparks, his paternal grandfather, Mark Henry and our beloved, "Uncle Daddy" - Floyd Douglas.

Services will be held Friday, November 20, 2020 1:00PM at Rhodes Funeral Home, 3933 Washington Ave., New Orleans, LA, 70125. Visitation will take place between 12:00pm -1PM. Services will be live streamed on both the website and Facebook pages of Rhodes Funeral Home. As mandated by the State of Louisiana due to the COVID-19 pandemic, attendance is limited. Everyone is required to adhere to all restrictions. You must wear a face mask at all times and practice social distancing. Please visit to sign the online guestbook, share memories and condolences for the family.