Ramdhan, the mother of two of Suge's children, has been promoting herself as "the woman behind the most feared man in hip-hop" for a page-turner that she says is one of, "unconditional love, innocence, lies, betrayal, jail, and ultimately abandonment;" and one that will "expose the untold Death Row story," including details about Tupac's death.
It's not clear at what point she became his "ex-fiancée" in the public eye.
"I don't have nothing negative to say, but that's not my ex, that wasn't my fiancée," Suge insisted, adding that she hasn't been around him much since the Death Row heyday in the '90s.
According to the site, he's in the process of drafting a cease and desist letter for the book.
"At the end of the day," he said, "a lot of people do stuff to try to sell their product."
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