Suge Knight Hosts Mothers Day Celebration

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On Sunday, May 11th, Suge Knight will serve as honorary host of Death Row’s annual Single Mother’s Day Brunch at The Regent Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

Suge Knight Calls Tupac/Nas Track ‘Disrespectful’

Contributed by Mya714: reports that Suge Knight is working on a book. Suge Knight also said that some MCs should educate themselves on Shakur’s history before thinking about using his music. He praised Jay-Z for sampling Tupac’s “Me and My Girlfriend,” was disappointed by Nas’ participation in last year’s “Thugz Mansion” and had disdain for Daz because he gave out some unreleased Pac vocals to be used on the street smash “The Realest Killas” with 50 cent. Speaking on Nas’ collaboration with Tupac on the song Suge says, “I think it’s real disrespectful to Pac.” “You gotta put a price on fame; it can’t be to the point where you’ll do anything for a hit. Be a man and have respect. If you can’t respect nobody else, respect yourself. Don’t go (do a song) knowing a certain individual didn’t care for you. I could see Jay-Z doing what he did more than Nas on the same song with Pac, because Nas and Pac is from two different worlds.” Read more.

Suge Knight: The Accusation Crossfire

When Snoop Dogg was ambushed by gunfire, fingers pointed towards Tha Row boss Suge Knight. Suge talked to Access Hollywood’s Pat O’Brien about what happened. When asked where he was the night Snoop was shot at, Suge told Pat, “I was flying back from New York.” Suge added, “The thing is this: I wouldn’t say we don’t get along. We don’t have a relationship, we’ve never been around each other, or really been around each other long enough to see what goes on. I really don’t know. The only thing I know is I did get approached about it.”

Suge Knight Denies Claims From Big Lurch Victim’s Mom

Suge Knight denies having even heard of rapper Antron Singleton aka The Big Lurch, whose mother has filed a lawsuit against The Row for encouraging him to commit a violent act to enhance his gangsta rap reputation. Suge told, “This is not only slander, it’s extortion, like that girl who claimed to be Bill Cosby’s daughter. If I had any dealings or conversations with this guy, you would know about it. I’m not shy about promoting my artists.”

Suge Knight Hopes 2003 Will Be His Year

Suge Knight is hoping 2003 will be his year. “I did five years in prison and missed five Christmases, then I ended up going back to jail and missed Christmas 2002,” Suge told the New York Daily News. “I read the Bible, and there was a guy who was a powerful king [Nebuchadnezzar] who [dreamt] the Lord drove him into the wilderness, and he lived among the wild animals, and, in the seventh year, he was allowed back. This is my seventh year.”

Suge’s Snoop Song

In a surprise phone call, Suge Knight revealed to London’s 1Xtra that he’s releasing a track dissing Snoop Dogg, which appears on the soundtrack to a new film called ‘Dysfunctional Family’, starring Eddie Griffin. Suge’s track is called ‘Yo Ho’s’.

DJ Quik Calls Suge Out On LA Radio reports that in what was set to be a normal interview for Quik to promote his new DVD ‘Visualism’ on LA’s 100.3 the Beat, DJ Quik erupted into a flurry of controversial remarks, some aimed at Suge Knight. Quik taunted the mogul who has been known in the past for his rough hand tactics with artists to visit his house to “try and get him.” He later said “West coast music sucks” before abruptly walking out of the studio and leaving the station.

Upcoming Movie Has Suge & Tupac Similarities

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There is an upcoming movie titled ‘Hollywood Homicide’, which has parallels to the theory that Suge Knight was involved in the murder of Tupac Shakur. Cast credits include Harrison Ford, Josh Harnett, Master P, and Kurupt. A plot summary at has since been removed.

Suge Knight On Jimmy Kimmel Live

Tha Row Records CEO Suge Knight made his first public appearance since being released from a Los Angeles jail on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday night (March 10th). Knight was joined on the show by his protege, Crooked I. Read on for a transcript.

On TV: Suge Knight, Busta Rhymes, Killer Mike

Rap acts on talk television this week include Suge Knight on Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight, Busta Rhymes on the Wayne Brady Show on Tuesday night, the Streets on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Wednesday night, Smilez & Southstar on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday night, Killer Mike featuring Big Boi from Outkast on Last Call with Carson Daly on Thursday, and Russell Simmons & poets from The Def Poetry Jam on Last Call on Friday.