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Suge Knight Working On TV Reality Series, ”Unfinished Business”


Suge Knight co-founder of Death Row Records.has reportedly stated that he has plans to maybe have a reality TV show coming out titled "Unfinished Business" not to be confused with the 2006 short drama by Jason Kempnich.

Suge Knight co-founder of Death Row Records.has reportedly stated that he has plans to maybe have a reality TV show coming out titled "Unfinished Business" not to be confused with the 2006 short drama by Jason Kempnich.

Is Knight trying to let everyone know that there's some unfinished business that hasn't been taken care of? Well regardless of this, the entrepreneur says he's hoping to break away from the music business so that he can focus more on acting or coaching football (his true calling). Currently there's no other information as to whether it has been picked up by a television network or have any interest, but only time will tell.

Suge Knight was involved with the M.O.B. Piru street Bloods gang, while attending High school in Lynwood,CA and during his adult years. In 1987 he received charges for auto theft, carrying a concealed weapon and attempted murder which he was giving probation for. In 1991, Suge Knight co-founded Death Row Records which was home to former artists such as Tupac Shakur "2 Pac", N.I.N.A. (Left Eye), Dr. Dre, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound (Kurupt & Daz), RBX, The Lady of Rage, Michel'le, Danny Boy, DJ Quik, MC Hammer, Crooked I, Krucifixx, Tha Realest, Eastwood and others. In 1996, Tupac Shakur was murdered in a drive-by shooting while he was a passenger in a car driven by Knight after huge publicized boxing match. Shortly after the death of 2 Pac (Tupac Shakur), Notorious B.I.G. (Biggie Smalls) was murdered in a similar fashion in early 1997, speculation immediately arose that Knight was involved and that the killing was revenge.

On April 4, 2006, Suge Knight filed bankruptcy due to civil litigation against him in which Lydia Harris claimed to have been cheated out of a 50% stake in Death Row Records. Prior to filing, Knight had been ordered to pay $107 million to Lydia Harris. When Suge Knight was questioned by creditors, he denied having money tucked away in foreign countries or in an African company that deals in diamonds and gold.

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