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Suge Knight on 50 Cent and Eminem’s video shoot

pagoskawaii 23 de January del 2017 celebrities
Music tycoon Suge Knight is in remand for appearing in the shooting of Dr. Dre Straight Outta Compton and run over two people. One of them was injured, and the other person died. Now, it is known that this was not the first time he did something like this. The recording of the video of 50 Cent “In Da Club” in 2013 could have finished in a similar way.

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The information has been released by Swifty McVay, affiliated to D12, who in an interview has unveiled the details. He said they were filming “In Da Club “, all off the trucks, and Suge Knight and his people appeared on the set trying to intimidate everyone. He described a scene that might have resembled that of Straight’s recording Outta Compton only in 2013. The incident took place because 50 Cent, Eminem and company were Dr. Dre’s colleagues.

He also pointed out that Suge Knight said that since they were from Detroit, they did not have anything to do with the conflict. The interviewed remember that because Knight used that expression by looking a guy was from California.

Finally, Suge Knight left the scene and there were no incidents. But, it was not the same during the shooting of Straight Outta Compton, when an actor, Terry Carter, lost his life. The trial for this case is scheduled for May. The full interview with Swifty McVay can be heard under these lines.

Who is Suge Knight?

Marion Hugh Knight Jr. (born on April 19th, 1965), A.K.A Suge Knight is the co-founder and former CEO OF Death Row Records. The label dominated the hip-hop world after the success that Dr. Dre generated with his album “The Chronic” in 1992. After several years of success with artists such as, the death rapper Tupac Shakur, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Tha Dogg Pound. After Tupac Shakur’s death, the label got stranded when Suge Knight went to jail in September, 1996 for violating probation.

Suge derives from “Sugar Bear,” (a childhood nickname) He kept himself as an excellent student and athlete that he even won a football scholarship from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he played college football for several years. After school, he played professionally for Los Angeles Rams as a replacement player during the NFL strike in 1987. He later found a job as a concert promoter, and celebrity bodyguards Like Bobby Brown.

Knight began to have legal problems in 1987, when faced the charges of car theft, illegal possession of weapons, and murder attempt. He finally received parole. Two years later, he formed his own music company and apparently made his first fortune in the business by forcing Vanilla Ice to sign some royalties for his hit “Ice Ice Baby” because of the evidence that allegedly involved him and presented one of Knight’s business partners.

After that, Knight formed an “artist management company,” and signed with top West Coast hip-hop artists such as The D.O.C. And DJ Quik.

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