Suge Knight might have to spend this rest of life in prison but dying a broke man is not an option. More details inside!
The co-founder of Death Row Records, Suge Knight is expected to be in jail for an incredible remainder of years as he serves a 28-year sentence. However, a broke man is not the way he intends on going out. So he’s entrusting Ray J to take advantage of his name. Sources near the previous Death Row Records supervisor tell TMZ … he’s given up his life rights to Ray, with the desire he’ll settle on the correct choices with Suge’s story and profit for him and his family while he’s in jail. We’re told Knight’s been close friends with Ray J for a considerable length of time and trusts his business insight and capacity to pick the correct undertakings for film, TV, book productions and that’s just the beginning. Our sources state a documentary on Suge and his renowned record label is now being created. Allegedly, an upcoming project about Tupac Shakur and talks of bringing Death Row Records back are surfacing around this documentary. On the last mentioned, we’re disclosed to it’s a longshot that would require extra financial specialists … be that as it may, Suge’s giving Ray a chance to steer on investigating the endeavor.