Suge Knight Signs Away Life Rights to Ray J

Brunilde Fioravanti
Ottobre 22, 2019

There are even talks of reviving Death Row, but apparently it would take more investors-something Suge is hoping Ray can look into more and potentially secure eventually.

Outside of music and that videotape, Ray J's has a number of business ventures.

Having this type of control could allow Ray J to "be in charge of selecting any possible biopics or biographies about or involving Knight", per Complex.

Suge Knight is now serving time for the death of a man in a 2015 hit-and-run incident which took place on the set of the NWA biopic "Straight Outta Compton", for which he accepted a 28-year plea deal.

The main focus for now, however, are documentary and scripted programs with Knight's life rights, including a reenacted scripted series about Knight and the untold stories of the founding of Death Row that will be unlike various projects that have already been released.

Currently, a documentary for Knight and Death Row Records is being developed, another one on Tupac Shakur and ambitions to bring the label back. It is believed that Knight will spend at minimum the next decade behind bars but could see an early release due to time served and prison overcrowding.

If he does make it home, Suge will be coming home to share in the profits from his name and likeness based off of what Ray J does with it. With Ray's genius mind and Suge's intriguing historical story, this new deal between him and Suge can only mean more wealth and riches for both of them.

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