Suge Knight, 49, who is at the center of a hit-and-run murder that killed his friend Terry Carter, 51, and injured two others, possibly may have something on his side or not, which a video recording may help determine.
Investigators claim to have a recording from the fight which Suge Knight and actor Cle "Bone" Sloan, 55, exchanged blows in through an open window of Knight's vehicle.
The first incident reportedly took place at a film set were Knight was allegedly asked to vacate by security and where Sloan and others were reportedly filming for a promotional video for the movie "Straight Outta Compton," which is based on the hip-hop collective N.W.A. which featured Dr Dre, Ice Cube, the late Eazy-E, DJ Yella and Arabian Prince, who was replaced with MC Ren.
New reports now claim that Knight's friend Carter invited him to a meeting at a fast food restaurant in Compton and Knight was soon attacked by four people along with Sloan.
Reportedly, the men attacked Suge Knight by beating him through his vehicle window and then attempted to pull him from his vehicle with threats of killing him.
In fear of his life, Knight reportedly punched the gas pedal of his car which ended up killing his friend, Terry Carter, striking Sloan and reportedly another person.
Many believe that Suge Knight definitely had reason to fear after surviving being shot at several times almost six months ago and with his past run-ins.
Meanwhile, Knight, who turned himself in for questioning was charged in the death of Carter and is in jail on a $2 million bond and due in court Tuesday.