Suge Knight Reportedly Signed His Life Rights Over To Ray J

Suge Knight Reportedly Signed His Life Rights Over To Ray J

A documentary is now in the works about the Death Row Records founder.

Published 3 weeks ago

Written by Danielle Ransom

It’ll be a long while before former Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight is a free man again. The rap mogul is currently serving a 28-year prison sentence after pleading no contest to voluntary manslaughter last fall.

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    But Knight isn’t letting his stint behind bars stop his bag. According to a new report published in TMZ on Monday (Oct. 21), the West Coast OG has signed the exclusive rights to his life’s story over to Ray J.

     

  2. The report didn’t delve into much specificity as to what exactly the deal will encompass, but the R&B singer will have free reign to consider deals in film, television, books and more detailing any period of Knight’s life he chooses. A documentary on Knight and his infamous record label is already in the pipeline, though it’s unclear if Ray J is connected to this particular project. Due to be released from prison around 2046, Knight will be behind bars until he is 81 years old. 

     

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