Suge Knight Says Nipsey Hussle's Loyalty To His Neighborhood Got Him Killed
By The K-Love Show, Apr 14 2019 09:40PM
Since late 2018, Suge Knight has been incarcerated at the RJ Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego. Knight was once a monumental figure in the hip hop community as co-founder and CEO of the legendary Death Row Records, but following a slew of personal, professional, and legal issues, Knight's found himself falling from grace.
In 2015, Knight ran over two men with his vehicle—Terry Carter, co-founder of Heavyweight Records and a friend of Knight, and filmmaker Cle Sloan—before fleeing the scene. Carter died from his injuries, and while witnesses claimed that the incident seemed intentional, Knight said it was self-defense. Knight later pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter, however, a judge sentenced him to 28 years in prison.