View Full Version : Suge Facing Hard Times

03-29-2007, 09:18 PM

On Friday, March 23rd, Suge Knight was evicted from his star studded luxury condo in California. Reports say that police officers and detectives were on the scene to enforce his eviction and to give the former CEO time to gather and load his belongings on a truck. For the time being, it is reported that the mogul has now moved in with a good friend of his.

On top of all of this, Knight is facing another lawsuit he was hit with earlier last week from Rap-A-Lot Records for $300,000 over the 2Pac & Scarface collaboration album titled 2Face. Deathrow co-founder, Michael "Harry-O" Harris' lawyers used the release of the album as evidence of a hidden relationship between Rap-A-Lot founder, James "J Prince" Smith and Suge Knight. Harry-O filed a lawsuit against Suge claiming he was cheated from profits after giving Suge over a million dollars to launch Deathrow Records. Harry-O also claims to have invested in Rap-A-Lot and being half owner of that record label also.

Knight, who has been going through a neverending saga since being ordered to pay 107 million dollars has been reported to saying that he wants everything to end so he can move on with his life. For almost the past two years, the former CEO has witnessed his assets being frozed, to watching his record company that made huge recording stars placed into court with an appointed bankruptcy-trustee just a year ago. According to a judge, this was all due to the label being mismanaged. With all this going on, the once notorious behemoth has found himself in church on a weekly basis, hoping to have his life steer in a more positive direction.

When Suge's representatives were reached out to, they denied that Suge was evicted and had moved.


maestro wooz
03-29-2007, 09:29 PM
proof that you always get yours

whats he gotta pay 107 mill for? i forget

03-29-2007, 11:05 PM
he's still fine, his wife won that big court case the other week.

maestro wooz
03-30-2007, 01:21 AM
yeah, wtf could you do for 107 million. Some of that shit go to my man vanilla ice.

03-30-2007, 02:00 AM
Wish I could say I felt bad for him. But if you put bullshit out you get bullshit back. They should use Suge's life as a teaching aid in high schools :lmao:

03-30-2007, 02:10 AM
damn.. years later..


03-30-2007, 02:26 PM
chill on food and cigars, and you'll pro'bly save 1000 dollars a day, suge.