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53-year-old rap mogul Suge Knight — who recently accepted a plea deal for the 2015 manslaughter of a man — believes Dr. Dre hired two men to kill him, leading to the events that led to the death of Terry Carter at Tam’s Burgers in Compton, California. The feud between Suge and Dre stems back…

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Toi-Lin Kelly, 37, is guilty of violating a court order that limits jailhouse phone communications with Marion Hugh “Suge” Knight Jr. He could only speak with his attorneys. She reportedly arranged interviews with producers of a BET documentary about Death Row Records. Kelly is accused of putting money on other inmates’ books to help Knight make the…

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Danny Boy is popular for being a Death Row artist back in the ’90s and singing the hook on songs like 2pac’s “I Ain’t Mad at Cha” and “Picture Me Rollin.’” He recently spoke to VladTV about being open about his sexuality and hoping his children aren’t gay.  

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  Good news   for embattled rap mogul Marion ‘Suge’ Knight, it seems that the judge has shown mercy. After being arrested in on murder and attempted murder charges last month, Knight’s bail was set at a staggering $25 million.  The same judge lowered his bail to a more reasonable $10 million, something his lawyer, Matthew Fletcher, was…

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Dr. Dre, the genius and architect behind a music revolution in the early 1990s, helped usher in a form of gangsta rap called West Coast G-funk. He also has made a cadre of virtual unknowns into A-list music superstars, including Michele Le, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, 50 Cent and Game. But at the peak of his…

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Infamous record executive Suge Knight oversaw the successful careers of such hip-hop heavyweights as Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and hip-hop’s quintessential bad boy, Tupac “2Pac” Shakur, while at the helm of 1990s hip-hop power label Death Row. Now, after languishing in musical limbo following a very public downfall, it seems Knight has found his newest…

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This past week, 14 years after he was gunned down in Los Angeles, the FBI released their files associated with their investigation of the death rapper Christopher “Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace on March 8, 1997. According to official documents, at 12:45 a.m., his motorcade approached a red light about 50 yards from the Petersen Automotive Museum.…

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