Suge Knight & Death Row Records

Marion Suge Knight, Jr. (born April 19, 1965) (a.k.a. Big Suge or Big Simon) is the founder and CEO of Black Kapital Records and co-founder and former CEO of Death Row Records. Death Row Records is a record label founded in 1991 by Marion Suge Knight Jr. 5.0/5

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Trump is sitting in the White House like he's Suge Knight, and is running America like it's Death Row Records...
Death Row Records is a faded memory. Suge Knight probably eating noodles err day now.
The bankruptcy of Death Row Records is wrapped up and Dr. Dre, Nate Dogg and Suge Knight just lost millions.
The Lox turned down a deal with Suge Knight and Death Row Records.
New Damning video is released in the murder case against former Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight.
What to know about former Death Row Records head Suge Knight.
Suge Knight to stand trial for murder: Death Row Records co-founder, rap mogul Marion ‘Suge’ Knight has been o...
Suge Knight hospitalized after ordered to stand trial for murder, reports.
Suge Knight taken to Los Angeles hospital again after judge orders him to stand trial in fatal-hit-and-run, police…
Suge Knight seems to be highly allergic to the court
I bet he thinks the name "Death Row Records" is pretty *** ironic now:. Suge Knight ordered to stand trial for murder
Suge Knight collapses in court: Death Row Records founder is taken to hospital by ambulance after hitting his ...
Death Row Records co-founder Suge Knight is facing life behind bars for killing a man after he allegedly mowed...
Suge Knight, co founder of Death Row Records, was arrested on suspicion of murder. Knight was believed to have...
Suge Knight charged with murder for 'hit-and-run crash', bail revoked: The Death Row Records mogul was reporte...
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Suge Knight sought over hit-and-run: Police are looking for Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" K...
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Katt Williams has pleaded not guilty to a robbery charge filed after a photographer accused the comedian of stealing her camera. District Attorney’s spokeswoman Shiara Davila-Morales said Williams entered the plea Wednesday and was ordered to return to court Feb. 3 for a scheduling hearing. Williams was charged along with Death Row Records founder Suge Knight with taking the camera as the photographer tried to take a picture in Beverly Hills on Sept. 5. Knight has also pleaded not guilty to the charge. The 43-year-old Williams has starred in several comedy specials and appeared in films. He could face up to seven years in prison if convicted.
Saturday Night Live had some fun at the expense of comedian Katt Williams and Death Row Records founder Suge Knight. Each have a reputation of consistent run-ins with the law and last Wednesday the...
Suge Knight, Katt Williams, face jail terms for robbery: Hip-hop mogul, Marion Suge Knight and comedian, Katt Williams, were arrested on Wednesday, on suspicion of stealing a camera from a celebrity pho­tographer in Beverly Hills last month. The Los Angeles County District At­torney said on Wednesday that Knight, 49, and Williams, 43, were each charged with one count of robbery. They are accused of stealing the camera of a female celebrity photographer on Sep­tember 5, outside a studio in Beverly Hills. Prosecutors said they would seek $1 million bond for Knight, who has a prior felony conviction for assault with a deadly weapon, and $75,000 bond for Williams, whose legal name is Micah. Williams was arrested at a court in Inglewood, California, after he had arrived for an arraignment in a separate assault case, the District Attorney said. Knight, best known as the powerful head of Death Row Records, a leading la­bel in the 1990s featuring artistes such as Dr. Dre, Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg, was arre ...
2/3 Suge Knight was never a "rapper" but was the CEO of Death Row Records. Pls get your facts right because U R educating young ones!
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Death Row Records founder Suge Knight could face up to 30 years in prison:
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Death Row Records founder Suge Knight stuck in jail for weekend over camera robbery: (AP pic)
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Death Row Records founder Suge Knight could be looking at some serious jail time
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"Hey all you artists out there, who dont want your ceo, dancing al in the video, come on over to Death Row Records" -Suge Knight
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At a pre-Video Music Awards party hosted by Chris Brown, Death Row Records founder Suge Knight was shot a reported six times. Will he live? Shots rang out at 1OAK in West Hollywood early on August ...
Two men and a woman were wounded, including one critically, at an exclusive West Hollywood nightclub this morning, a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department official said. One of the wounded was said to be rap mogul and Death Row Records co-founder Suge Knight, 49, who walked out of the nightclub on…
Suge Knight, CEO of Death Row Records, downed by six shots at VMA party. Waylon Fargo, CEO of Jethro Records, downed six shots at CMA party.
UPDATE: An eyewitness has confirmed to ET that Suge Knight, former CEO of Death Row Records, was shot multiple times
"this is not the first time Mr. Knight has been shot at a VMA-related party." Death Row's Suge Knight shot again:
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Suge Knight shot in Los Angeles: Former Death Row Records head Marion "Suge" Knight was one of three ...
Death Row Records and mainly Suge Knight was shady than a mf back then to me.
Suge Knight went to college on a football scholarship. He later played in the NFL for a few seasons before starting Death Row Records.
They're gonna be dropping albums on, Death Row Records for Suge Knight. Junk gonna be hard, dude.
The members of, Death Row Records. These two will make, Suge Knight mad money like back in the 90's. I can see...
33 Reasons Tupac is Still Alive 1. In the song "Life Goes On", Tupac raps about his own funeral. 2. The driver of the car in which Tupac was riding, Suge Knight (the Executive Producer of Death Row Records), didn't show up for questioning about the shooting. 3. The video "I ain't Mad at Cha" was released only a few days after his death. "I ain't Mad at Cha" is track 13 on the album All Eyes On Me. The video shows Tupac as an angel in heaven. In the video, Tupac was shot after leaving a theater with a friend, which is very similar to how he was shot in real life. Interestingly, Tupac dies in his last video released under the name "Tupac". His new video "Toss It Up" from the New Album was released under the name "Makaveli". 4. The second video to be released by the name Makaveli is "To Live and Die in L.A." But how could they shoot the second video when he is "dead". Do you really think the video was shot 4 months ago, back in August? Think about it. 5. A shooting involving Snoop Doggy Dogg occured close to ...
Home News Photos Lyrics Rap music videos Biographies Discographies Links Top 10 reasons Suge Knight killed 2pac 1. 2Pac was about to leave Death Row Records. His album entitled "Don Killuminati : The 7 Day Theory" was the last album he had to do for Death Row Records. He was now going to work on his new record company called "Makaveli Records". Makaveli Records is the the new record company 2Pac planned on doing with "Tha Outlaw Immortalz". (In 1995, Suge Knight bailed 2Pac out of jail with the contract of 2Pac doing a double album and single album for Death Row Records. His contract was done and that's why he was suddently leaving Death Row Records.) 2. Basicly in a follow-up from # 1... With 2Pac gone, Death Row Records wasn't going to make any money off 2Pac. So, if they killed 2Pac ; everything related to him would get them a whole lot of cash! And, they would now have all of his unreleased songs which they would release under their lable on soundtracks, compilation albums and possibly even new 2Pac a ...
Suge Knight recently sat down with BET and reminisced about his heyday with Death Row Records... specifically speaking about how Tupac's classic Biggie diss record, 'Hit 'Em Up', came about.
Eazy-E was no fan of Suge Knight. At one point, he wanted to kill him, according to Ruthless Records co-founder Jerry Heller. Eazy's feelings towards the ex-Death Row Records head was revealed during an interview with UGS radio's The Master Music Show. Apparently Eazy had a vendetta against Suge over Dr. Dre. "Eazy said, 'You know this guy Suge Knight?' I said, 'Yeah,'" Heller recounted. "'Well, I'm gonna kill him! This guy is gonna be a problem and I think I should kill him.'" Heller of course tried to discourage the N.W.A. rapper from carrying out the hit, on the strength that the label was on an upswing. "I said, 'Let me think this thing through. First of all, we're doing $10 million a month with six employees. We don't even have a typewriter in the office. I said, 'We're the most successful start-up record company in the history of the music business and you want to kill this guy?' I said, 'That just doesn't make any sense to me.'" Looking back, Heller said if Eazy had committed the heinous crime, it ...
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Dr. Dre left Ruthless Records and went to Death Row Records, a boutique subsidiary of Interscope Records. Death Row, which was owned by a Black man by the name of Suge Knight, built an impressive roster of talented artists and dominated the charts selling millions of records generating hundreds of millions in revenue. Again, disagreements between the two brothers ended in a parting of ways. Dr. Dre walked away from Death Row Records, who at that time had acquired the legendary Tupac Shakur. After selling millions on Death Row/Interscope Tupac was murdered. A series of personal and professional misfortunes landed Knight in prison and the house that he and Dre built ended up in the hands (Interscope). Interscope is owned by a man by the name of Jimmy Iovine. Mr. Iovine happens to be Jewish. Before this gets monotonous, let me say that the three aforementioned cases are about as substantive as a teardrop in the Pacific Ocean when compared to the decades of draconian record contracts, usury and the general sl ...
TMZ is reporting that former Death Row Records mogul Suge Knight was pulled over by police and the po-po's had their guns out and pointed at him! But what's even crazier is that it's now being repo...
Suge Knight Busted by LAPD and Considering a lawsuit. With guns drawn, LAPD make Suge Knight assume the position *** dude like OJ need to sit down come on Suge Knight. The former big baller who headed Death Row Records back … Continue reading… [ 202 more words. ]
lol but this Trini beauty pageant thing is like Suge Knight and Death Row Records? in London, Villafana claimed she was threatened and bullied every day by a T&T pageant official and a gentleman claiming to be the official’s attorney to sign a contract, saying it was part of the Miss World requirement"
Suge Knight doesn’t give many interviews these days but the founder of Death Row Records sat down with Rolling Stone Magazine to talk about Snoop...
I'm patiently waiting on a biopic depicting the life of Suge Knight/Death Row Records to drop real soon.
The power moves that Suge Knight orchestrated to establish the once successful Death Row Records will never be done again after him.
RAP FACTS|| *Before starting out Death Row Records, Suge Knight used to do bodyguard work for Bobby Brown. *Back in the early 90s, Dr. Dre beat up a female TV host, Dee Barnes, for interviewing Ice Cube, and taking sides with him as he said some disrespectful things about Dre. Ice Cube had just left N.W.A at the time, and he was dissing Dre and the other members of N.W.A. After the interview, Dre saw Dee Barnes at an industry event; he beat her to the ground, and continually kicked her on the floor while his bodyguards held people off. He ended up with 240 hours of community service, 2 years probation and an anti-violence PSA. *Fat Joe gave Biggie his first show, and paid him $1,000...along with a bottle of Hennessey. * Mary J. Blige got on Jay Z's 'Can't Knock The Hustle' (off Reasonable Doubt) as a favour for Damon Dash, whom she had previously dated.
Suge Knight is crazy what happen to Death Row Records ?
Been watchin Tupac, Suge Knight, Death Row Records, Biggie documentaries all day. Imagine if they were all still relevant in Hip Hop today
The legendary moment in Hip Hop @ the Source awards when Suge Knight said "Come to Death Row Records!"
"Welcome to Death Row Records, where we get you got." Suge Knight
Did you know Suge Knight from Death Row records said "'Maybe the question is, Pac's not really dead. Pac's somewhere else"
Snoop Dogg recently reunited with his old Death Row Records boss Suge Knight for a night of clubbing.:
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My roommate, a man who would consider himself to be in possession of a finger on the proverbial pulse of politics, frantically came through the front door last night to find myself & the other man of the house watching hilarious television programming. He exclaimed, "Dude, what the f***! The State Of The Union Address is on television right NOW... change the channel!" To which I replied, "That's funny, I JUST said that a few minutes ago, except with different intent." I'd rather watch a marathon of Two and a Half Men, followed by a guided tour of CBS's new sad *** attempt at hilarity, Two Broke Girls. Sadly, I'm fully aware of what the state of the union is. In the immortal words of Suge Knight to his coattail riders & criminal cohorts when the U.S. Government found out Death Row Records was funded on a series of racketeering, murder & drug sales, "We's f***ed, ya'll." I don't need a pleasing-to-the-ocular, amazing-with-the-aural presidential type in a penguin costume reading a speech that he as ...
LET'S NOT FORGET THE RAMPART SCANDAL- LAPD The Rampart scandal refers to widespread corruption in the Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums (or CRASH) anti-gang unit of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Rampart Division in the late 1990s. More than 70 police officers either assigned to or associated with the Rampart CRASH unit were implicated in some form of misconduct, making it one of the most widespread cases of documented police misconduct in United States history. The convicted offenses include unprovoked shootings, unprovoked beatings, planting of false evidence, framing of suspects, stealing and dealing narcotics, bank robbery, perjury, and the covering up of evidence of these activities.[1] The New Rampart Police Station The Rampart Scandal is notable in popular culture because at least three LAPD officers implicated in the scandal were found to be on the payroll of hip-hop mogul Marion "Suge" Knight of Death Row Records, a convicted felon with known ties to the Bloods street gang. Mo ...
Below are the top 20 reasons why 2Pac is still alive. I have heard over 50 reasons to prove he is alive, but I decided on the top 20, and posted them here! I have included some other info that may prove some reasons wrong as well... Even some reasons that prove Suge Knight killed him... I suggest printing out this page so you can show everyone! If you think 2Pac is dead or there's no kind of scandal in his death, prepare to be convinced otherwise! 1. 2Pac now calls himself Makaveli... Machiavelli was an Italian war strategist who advocated faking one's death to fool their enemies... 2Pac was a fan of his and had read his books several times. Perhaps 2Pac is taking his advice... (But that is not all Machiavelli did... Nicolo Machiavelli was a political, military theorist, historian, playwright, diplomat, and military planner. He is well known today. Some of his works are "The Prince" (1513), and The Art of War (1521). NOTE: Bone Thugs 'N' Harmony's new double album which features 2Pac rather ...
So I expect that nutin in pple go away(Suge Knight,Dr.Dre,2pac,SDD,Lady of Rage,Kurupt,DPG,Dogg Pound all left Death Row Records
DEATHROW In keeping with its iconic logo of a hooded figure strapped to an electric chair, Death Row Records, apart from being the prime purveyor of gangsta rap, has also allegedly been the shadowy, hooded presence behind an extensive catalogue of criminal activity, up to and including murder. Recently in Los Angeles, a brick couldn't be thrown in a police investigation without hitting the notorious but highly profitable rap label, or its kingpin, Marion Hugh "Suge" Knight. Tracks of dirty cops reportedly working for the company led even from the bubbling, bottomless tarpit of the Rampart scandal. Out of L.A.'s Ruthless Records--which in 1988 produced the kick-off gangsta album, "Straight Outta Compton" by N.W.A. (Niggaz With Attitude)--came Death Row Records, by virtue of a visit from Suge Knight and baseball-bat-wielding thugs to the management at Ruthless which resulted in the release from his contract of rap artist, Andre Young (Doctor Dre). Backed by Interscope Records, which funded the new label and ...
1995 Queen Latifah wins a Grammy award in the "Best Rap Solo Performance" category for her hit “Unity.” 2 Pac signs a deal with Death Row Records after Suge Knight posts a $1.4 million bail. Eric Wright (Eazy-E of N.W.A) dies of AIDS on March 20th at the age of 31.
Suge Knight Interview About the tupac murder! worth the read! Straighten up your spine, suckas. Think about this knockin' on your front door: A 6'4", 330-pound (all muscle), gang-affiliated multimillionaire with nothin to lose. His skin clean, focus right and his once-untouchable company paralyzed but not folded, Suge Knight has found a strange peace while stuck behind prison walls for the last three years. And he's made millions of dollars while doin' time, scoring on projects like 2Pac's Greatest Hits and the Outlawz. ("I can only spend $140 a month in here. Think of how much I saved! I'm saving, like, $10,000 a day.") Even the controversial Death Row Records-released Suge Knight Represents: Chronic 2000 double album -- which sparked drama between Suge and ex-friend Dr. Dre about the Chronic trade-mark --went gold. And though there's no doubt that bad blood still swirls between Suge and Snoop and Dre, at least Suge recognized quality music. ("I think Dre's new record is good.") After being sentenced to ...
Keffe D tells the cops he was offered $1 million to kill Death Row rapper Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight, the label's former CEO. The informant tells his interrogators in plain language, albeit at a cool street clip, that Sean Combs — then known as Puff Daddy, the ringmaster of Bad Boy Entertainment, Death Row Records' bitter cross-country rival — commissioned Shakur's legendary murder in Vegas in September 1996. (Knight would survive that night's shooting with a bullet wound to the head.)
Problems continue to mount up for troubled comedian Katt Williams as reports claim he got detained by Los Angeles police in front of a Subway sandwich restaurant last night (December 20). Accompanied by former Death Row Records owner Suge Knight, Williams got placed into police custody over an alleged disturbance. While he was waiting for Suge, cops arrived to the Subway and confronted Katt. Cops tell TMZ ... they responded to a call about a disturbance involving the comic. Katt was handcuffed and placed in the back of a squad car ... where he was smiling ... and even gave a thumbs up to a TMZ photog. Eventually, Katt was released from custody and allowed to leave the scene. Katt tells TMZ ... cops initially took some weed he was carrying at the time ... and a gun ... but eventually gave back both items because he had a medical marijuana card and a permit for the weapon. However cops tell us ... there was no firearm ... and the only thing they found was an empty magazine for a .45 caliber gun. Katt also s ...
Rember when Suge Knight went to jail, Snoop left and Death Row records got a fake snoop and PAC? Lol @ topp dogg and the realist
red stop light *** pants on...lmao...where he going looking like he work for Suge Knight and Death Row Records?
nevermind it means that A pun on the name of Suge Knight, the founder of Death Row Records. The line is a reference to.
What is going on with Katt Williams? Continuing his stop through Oakland, California, where he was arrested last Thursday for battery, the troubled comedian took the stage the next night under the influence of some powerful drugs, reports V1011fm.com. RELATED: Comedian Katt Williams Arrested For Battery Katt Williams Arrested On Possible Gun Violation Williams stopped his show about 1o minutes in and began a rambling freestyle to the dismay of the crowd, who began to loudly boo him. Becoming extremely angry at someone who was heckling him, Williams stepped off of the stage and dared the man to meet him backstage. Security quickly surrounded him, and Suge Knight, the mastermind behind Death Row records, can be seen trying to get him to return to the stage. When that didn’t work, Suge picked him up and made him calm down. Oakland Hip-Hop legend Too Short apologized for Williams, claiming that’s why you can’t get your “dope” in Oakland. “On the real though that’s my n*gga Katt he’s a personal ...
I feel as if i've been signed by 'Death Row Records ' after the demise of 2pac and the arrest of biggest suspect Suge Knight
If you do not remember who's Suge Knight is he was the CEO of Death Row records during the East West War of the 90s-Tupac's Label.
Suge doesn't want any involvement in the brawl even though people are saying his crew is to blame. According to The Daily Mail: Music mogul Suge Knight doesn’t want a bad rap. Sources say the co-founder and former CEO of Death Row Records was present during a scuffle at Bagatelle L.A.
5. Tupac was sentenced to 1 1/2 to 4 1/2 years in prison for sexual assault. He began serving his sentence in February 1995 at Clinton Correctional Facility in New York. In October, while Tupac's case was under appeal, Suge Knight of Death Row Records bailed Tupac out of jail. How much was the bail? -1.2 million -1.6 million -1.8 million -1.4 million
Cool piece of trivia, This Day In Music 1995: Tupac Shakur was released from Clinton Correctional Prison on $1.4 Million bail which was posted by Suge Knight. In return 2Pac signed a three album deal with Knight's Death Row Records.
The family of late rap mogul Tupac Shakur has come forward to clear the air on recent homophobic accusations made by former Death Row Records owner Suge Knight, claiming he was not anti ***
No matter how we feel abt Death Row Records today but Suge Knight did put da West Coast in da map, bringing Bloods & Crips together .we all know that his down now but don't take a *** cheap. I think he deserve that credit. Salute to Suge Knight: gangster giving another gangster a high level of respect. Salute u big homie with both hands.
Death Row Records: 1992 – 1996 Around the same time that the Def Jam armor was starting to show some *** frustration grew on the west side of their hip-hop not being accepted on the opposite side of the country. But the funk-fueled rap crafted by Dr. Dre and The D.O.C. would soon win over the rest of the world–they just had to get rid of what they perceived to be an unfair recording contract with Eazy-E and his manager Jerry Heller. Suge Knight used his well-documented strong-arm tactics to far from subtly resolve the matter. And with a monetary injection for the incarcerated Harry-O, ‘Tha Row’ was well on the way to redefining the landscape of hip-hop. When the debut of Dre protege Snoop came out, their dominance over rap was undeniable and would only be further solidified in the following years with Tupac Shakur’s addition to the roster. Still, frustrations over what they perceived as a lack of respect on the east coast culminated into the infamous east/west beef that led to the tragic dea .. ...
We hanging out the the window it's boutta be a Suge Knight Death Row Records 2013 at Multitracks studio in Red Hook Brooklyn with Jey Lugo
Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan is reportedly playing the blame game and has pointed her finger at former Death Row Records owner Suge Knight\'s son in a now-nixed $100,000 missing jewelry case.
Official Version of Facts Surrounding the Death of Tupac Shakur September 7, 1996 – 2Pac attends the boxing match between Mike Tyson and Bruce Seldon. This event was held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada 2Pac attacks Orlando "Baby Lane" Anderson a gangster and member of the “Southside Cripps”. There had been ongoing tensions between the “Southside Cripps” and members of the group 2PAC was in, “Death Row” 10:45PM – 2PAC commences a journey in the vehicle of Suge Knight the CEO of Death Row Records. 10:55PM – 2PAC winds down the window and poses for a photograph. This image has now become very famous and is the last official photograph, prior to the shooting. about 11:00 – The car 2PAC was in was stopped due to music being played too loud and not displaying licence plates. The plates were retrieved from the boot and the car was allowed to proceed a few minutes later. 11:10PM – 2PAC appears through the sunroof and invites two girls to go to Club 662 along with him 11:15PM – A whi ...
On dis day 7th Sept,1996 Tupac Amaru Shakur was hit by 4 bullets while ridin in a car driven by Death Row Records chief executive Marion 'Suge' Knight.
16 years ago to this day, rapper 2pac shakur was gunned down in Las Vegas after leaving a Mike Tyson fight with Suge Knight of Death Row Records. It took 2pac six days to die and on the seventh day, so the legend says, Makaveli, his mysterious alter ego, rose from the dead to pursue his enemies in a personal vendetta. Only God Can Judge Him
Lmfao who remembers when Left Eye was on Death Row records and she did that terrible interview with Suge Knight and Kurupt
Ok I'm about to drop some knowledge on all your heads if you have a opinion please don't hesitate feel free to comment Tupac's and Biggie's deaths were conpirceys let me show you how Let's start with Tupac: was killed because of a hit that was put on him by Suge Knight. Let me tell you why Tupac was planning to leave Death Row Records because he started his on record company, Suge didn't like that at all so he killed him cause Death Row wouldn't be nothing with out Pac, if you watch a certain documentary it tells you the cars they were in wasn't in the same order that they were suppose to be in. And why was it the car that Tupac was in out of all the cars it had to be that one??? And if some one was shooting at the car any regular person would have steped on the gas and would try to move instead of sit there while there car was being shot at also some where it says that Tupac tried to get to the back to get out of the line of fire but Suge held him down supposly trying to save him. Notice if you look at a ...
Suge Knight and I developed a plan to start up a music label called Death Row Records.
Instead of saying “Goodnight” my mom would yell “Suge Knight” then threaten to shank me if I didn’t rep Death Row Records.
Suge Knight.. The owner of Death Row records with whom 2Pac Was Signed
Last night I watched a documentary on the killing of Tupac Amaru Shakur and Christopher George Wallace that talked about Suge Knight being responsible for an elaborate conspiracy to kill Tupac because he owed him 10 million dollars. Not only did Tupac want his money but he was said to be leaving Death Row Records. The most interesting part of the story is Biggie Smalls was killed to throw the light off Suge Knight & Death Row and onto the East Coast West Coast Rap Beef. The Five Heartbeats Movie by Robert Townsend told a similar story of corruption in the movie industry. In the documentary the corruption goes all the way through the LAPD and when the lead investigative detective was getting to close he was taken off the case and moved from his department (now retired). When Biggie came to Cali to promote his work he didn’t know what was up and got caught up in the aftermath if you believe the documentary. And if the documentary is true we lost two of our generation’s most talented artist over greed. L ...
"Suge Knight with Death Row Records basically said, 'We want Biggie.'" - Greg (19:59)
Former Death Row Records owner Marion Suge Knight can breathe a sigh of relief with reports claiming a February drug possession accusation has now bee…
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I'm a huge 2Pac fan for me this a glorious day and of course for 2Pac's family also 2Pac's fan through out the United States and around the World because it's said Suge Knight got arrested for murdering 2Pac. Now, I pray this isn't a rumor because Suge needs to be in prison finally for organizing the killing of Tupac Amaru Shakur its been said that 2Pac was leaving Death Row records also Pac was going to take his royalites with him and someone told Suge that than he organized to murder Pac. This has got to be justic for the Shakur family and The Outlawz which is 2Pac's rap group plus all of his fans. I known all these years that Suge Knight is a punk *** for doing what he made happen towards 2Pac, I don't care if you didn't want to lose the greatest rapper alive also the greatest rapper of all-time also you don't want to lose the money that you can make on him for all that you don't get him killed for that. Hey it's like P. Diddy aka Puff Daddy killing Notorious B.I.G. because Biggie doesn't want Puff ...
Ian Dougherty and I have realized that Suge Knight has actually had Tupac and Notorious B.I.G. in his basement this whole time and Eminem has known the whole time but has been too terrified to talk, hinting to it only in the line "and Dr. Dre said... Nothing you *** Dr. Dre's dead, he's locked in my basement" in The Real Slim Shady (Dre being a co-founder of Death Row Records with Suge, the same label Tupac signed to in '96). The more you know.
So apparently Suge Knight, founder and CEO of Death Row Records, the label that Tupac was signed on, killed Tupac Shakur...dont know if I believe it
A viral web rumor has been debunked: former Death Row Records CEO Marion “Suge” Knight has not been arrested for the unsolved murder of his label’s biggest star, rapper Tupac Shakur.
After all these years, they saying Suge Knight had Tupac killed. No wonder they call it Death Row Records, u sign with that label, u sell your soul. Im convinced Suge Knight is the devil
If you want to be a artist & don't want your producer all in the videos come to Death Row records Suge Knight source awards lol
I believe i was brainwashed by Suge Knight and Death Row Records.. That's why i wanna become a rapper.
Danny Trejo the acter from american me,blood in-blood out and from dusk tell dawn. stop by my work two nights ago he is a nice and cool person. and two hours later Suge Knight from Death Row Records showed up.
They found tupac's killer! *** Suge Knight, former CEO of Death Row records where tupac rap for. He was arrested and now facing the murder of tupac!
Founder and former CEO of Death Row Records expresses his disgust with the Rick Ross track coined after the late Tupac Shakur.
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Death Row Records mogul suggests that the rapper faked his 1996 death
Suge Knight addressed rumors that he was involved in the shooting of Tupac Shakur in 1996, and then went on to explain that he didn’t believe that Pac was in fact dead. The Former head honcho of Death Row Records offered his evidence for his bizarre theory that Tupac might still be alive in an inter...
Tupac could still be alive, according to former Death Row Records label CEO Suge Knight. The rap mogul, who was in the driver's seat of the car in which the artist was shot in 1996, said in a radio interview yesterday that he is not convinced he really died. Tupac Shakur, who was 25 when was killed in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, was 'resurrected' on stage last weekend at the Coachella Festival through hologram.
Suge Knight killed Tupac because he was gettin ready to leave Death Row Records.
In episode 2, Fredro reminisces about the opportunity he once had to sign with Death Row Records.
Suge Knight doesn't mix well with law enforcement -- which is why the former Death Row Records head honcho decided to 86 himself the scene after his pal was ...
So fresh out of jail (i believe), Suge Knight former CEO of Death Row Records, comes in to the Stern show for a good ol' interview. He's one of the few who r...
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