According to TMZ, Knight has told doctors that he will not remove the bullet fragment lodged in his skull stemming from the 1996 Las Vegas drive-by shooting that eventually killed Pac. The former Death Row boss was famously driving the car when gunmen opened fire on the vehicle and he was grazed in the head by one of the bullets.
Knight's attorney, Matthew Fletcher, told TMZ that doctors want to remove the bullet fragment because it keeps interfering with MRIs to determine why his client has been is experiencing blackouts, but Knight is afraid that if it's removed, he might die.
Knight has been in jail since a January hit-and-run that killed one man and severely injured another victim.
Clearly, if you're trading war stories in jail, a Tupac bullet is a pretty big trump card to hold.
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