Suge Knight: maybe even Tupac lives

Suge Knight does a book open in the new documentary by Ice-T.

More than 20 years after the murder of Tupac Shakur, Suge Knight hiphopproducent is not convinced that the rapper really is dead. That he explains in a new documentary about the murders of Tupac and his rival Biggie Smalls.

The co-founder of Death Row Records sat in the car next to the rapper in 1996 in Las Vegas when Tupac was shot at. He was hit four times and died six days later in the hospital. In a clip of the documentary, created by Ice-T, Suge speaks about that period. He says there, among other things, "when Pac died, if that is really so, you know".

Also, the producer talking about his visit to the hospital a few days after the shooting. Tupac was cheerful and made jokes. "I can't be at how someone as good all of a sudden so bad." On the question of Ice-T or not he think Tupac is deceased, Suge replies: "I'll say, with Pac you know it never."

The interview took place in the prison, where Suge Knight waiting for his lawsuit. He is suspected of murder and abuse. He drove in 2015 after a visit to the set of film Straight Outta Compton in on two men, according to the Prosecutor on purpose. One of the victims survived not.

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