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Suge Knight's Bombshell Confessions: Unveiling Hip-Hop's Deepest Secrets — Allegedly!

From claims about Tupac's murder to revelations of industry corruption, Suge Knight's shocking claims sent ripples through the hip-hop world.


Mar. 20 2024, Published 5:11 p.m. ET

Controversial hip-hop figure Suge Knight has never been known to mince words. Since the start of his career, the rapper has made headlines, making confessions about his life – leaving fans and the media stunned.

From his days at the helm of Death Row Records to his feuds with fellow entertainers, Suge’s revelations have provided shocking insight into his career as a West Coast MC.

Suge claimed Eazy-E was murdered. (2003)

Suge Knight dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live in 2003 and stunned viewers with an allegation about Eazy-E’s death. Suge touched on how advancements in tech could lead to a slow demise, referencing Eazy-E's passing. He went on to suggest that Eazy’s HIV contraction was planned by someone hoping to murder the N.W.A rapper.

“They got stuff where they get blood from somebody with AIDS, and they shoot you with it,” Suge said. “So that’s a slow death, that Eazy-E thing.”

"Tupac not dead," according to Suge Knight. (2014)

Tupac Shakur and Marion Suge Knight attend Tyson vs. Bruno at the MGM Grand Garden Arena-Backstage and Ringside.
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Of all the things said throughout the years, Suge's assertion about Tupac is one of the most shocking.

TMZ caught up with the former Death Row Records CEO in 2014, when he claimed Diddy paid someone to shoot Tupac.

“B***h a** Puffy — everybody in the world said he the one that killed Tupac, or had him shot,” Suge said. Adding, “Tupac not dead. If he was dead, they’d be arresting those dudes for murder. You know he somewhere smoking a Cuban cigar.”

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Antoine Fuqua directed a documentary about Suge’s career and the rapper was heavily involved in the project, titled American Dream/American Knightmare.

During the film, Suge claimed that Tupac talked about wanting to fake his own death weeks before he was shot. “We was in Maui, you know what I mean, and Pac had never been to Maui,” Suge said.

“And he get to talking about faking his own death. And Pac was more down for doing, like the last little videos and s**t of him dying all in the white.”

Suge Knight allegedly saved Snoop Dogg from a life sentence. (2023)

Suge wasted no time spilling secrets on his Collect Call podcast. In the second episode of the series, Suge claimed that he played an integral role in helping Snoop Dogg avoid a lifelong prison sentence. Suge suggested that he helped Snoop’s attorneys concoct a cover-up that would implicate the rapper in a 1993 shooting.

“Snoop had the .380 and the bodyguard had a 9mm, and he got shot with a .380. All the bodyguard gotta say is he was using .380 bullets in his 9mm,” Suge said.

Suge suggested that Diddy, Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dogg were in a “secret society.” (2024)

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Dr Dre (born Andre Young), record executive Suge Knight (born Marion Knight Jr), and rapper Snoop Dogg (born Calvin Broadus Jr) attend the premiere party for 'Murder Was the Case.'

On the March 9, 20244 episode of his Collect Call podcast, Suge Knight made startling claims about several notable celebrities. During the unprovoked rant, the “Hit ‘em Up” rapper alleged that Snoop Dogg, Diddy, The Game, Dr. Dre, and Andre Harrell were part of a cult-like society.

“Puffy and Snoop became besties. Every time you see one, you seen the other one,” Suge suggested. Adding, “Game bought Puffy a Lamborghini when Puffy got more money than Game… But once again, it’s that secret society.”

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