Rap Mogul Suge Knight Arrested in Fatal Hit-and-Run

Terrence McCoy and J. Freedom du Lac, Washington Post, January 30, 2015

Rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight has been arrested on suspicion of murder in the death of a man in Compton, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office.

A spokesman said late Thursday that it appeared Knight, the notorious Death Row Records founder, had run over two men with his truck after an argument on a movie set. One was killed; the other was injured. Authorities have not yet identified the victims, though the sheriff’s department said both men were in their 50s and that at least one was a member of the film crew.

Suge Knight

Suge Knight

“Looks like he drove backwards and struck the victims and drove forwards and struck them again,” Lt. John Corina, a sheriff’s office spokesman, told reporters. “The people we talked to say it looked like it was an intentional act.”

Authorities said Knight left the scene following the afternoon incident but turned himself in early Friday morning in West Hollywood. He was arrested a short while later and is being held on $2 million bail, according to the sheriff’s office.

The incident reportedly occurred following a dispute on the set of a movie called “Straight Outta Compton,” about the rise and fall of N.W.A., the pioneering rap group that included Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and Eazy-E.

Knight’s attorney acknowledged that his client ran over two people while driving a red pickup truck in the parking lot of a fast-food restaurant in Compton. But, he said, it was an accident.

The attorney, James Blatt, told the Los Angeles Times that the man killed was Terry Carter, a friend of Knight’s. The second victim, who suffered injuries, was actor Cle “Bone” Sloan, Blatt told the Times.

Blatt told the Times that Carter was trying to break up a fight between Knight and others when he was run over–and that Knight “had no knowledge whatsoever he ran over anyone.”

“Mr. Knight was attacked by a group of men while he was in his vehicle,” Blatt said, according to the Times. “They were beating him, threatening to kill him and attempting to drag him outside of the vehicle. He made an effort to escape, he was in fear for his life. And that’s exactly what he did.”


Whatever occurred on Thursday afternoon, for Knight, it marks another episode of violence in a life teeming with them. Violence has always been with him: through his days as a college football player, his ascent to the highest reaches of the recording industry, and his plunge into deep debt. And today, violence defines him more than music ever did.

He’s fatalistic about it. After all, he’s been shot several times. In August, he took at least one bullet at a party in West Hollywood hosted by Chris Brown. “You’re born to die,” he once told a New York Times reporter when declining to discuss the killing of a Death Row employee. “Ain’t nobody gonna leave here alive. Everybody is born and everybody’s going to die. Period. That’s the way it’s played. Can’t nobody change that.”

That’s true. But Knight has long courted the violent trappings of gang life–both when he had the means to abandon the troubles of the community where he came from, and when he didn’t.


His first path to wealth was sport. Knight, a hulking man who stands 6-foot-2 and once weighed more than 300 pounds, was a talented football player. So much so that he spent part of a season with the Los Angeles Rams.

But according to what he told The Washington Post in 2007, his sports career hit the skids when he was a hit with a charge for attempted murder in 1987. He was 22, pleaded no contest and didn’t do any time.

“It went to misdemeanor,” he said.

And what about the victim? “I shot him with his own gun.”

That aggression, even off the field, made him valuable. He was soon working as a bodyguard for singer Bobby Brown and got schooled on how the music industry works. He witnessed how rappers weren’t making the money that was their due, so he set out to change that–and make himself some money, too.

Chuck Philips, an authority on the L.A. rap scene’s underbelly, wrote in the Los Angeles Times how Knight muscled his way in. Eric “Eazy-E” Wright–founder of N.W.A.–was threatened by Suge with baseball bats and lead pipes, according to courtroom allegations. Vanilla Ice claimed Knight once dangled him from the balcony of a Beverly Hills hotel to exact a payment. Knight also “pistol-whipped” a couple of ambitious rappers, according to court records reported by the Times.

As he rose–partnering with Dr. Dre, launching the career of Snoop Dogg, recruiting Tupac Shakur–Knight couldn’t leave his violent past behind. “At the height of his fame, Knight embraced more than the imagery of gang violence,”Philips wrote. “He surrounded himself with gang members and tried to become a player in their world.” And then, Philips found, Knight became a target of assassination himself.

But what ultimately got him, instead, was debt. Dr. Dre fled the label. So did Snoop. Tupac was killed. And the gang members on the Death Row payroll started feuding.

Knight soon ended up in jail on charges he violated the terms of his parole stemming from an assault case. That’s when the bills starting piling higher and higher.

You have to make a lot of money to end up owing a lot. And Knight made quite a bit. “In court filings, Knight claims to be $137 million in debt, with $12 million in IRS liens, $51,000 in monthly expenses–and $11 in his checking account,” The Post reported in 2007.


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  • Whitetrashgang

    Its a feel good story, with no downside that I can come up with.

    • LHathaway

      In other news big-foot was sighted in Washington. That should make Whites feel better, too.

    • bilderbuster

      He’s not dead.

    • DNA Explains It All

      One big downside is the many many years the tax payers will feed, clothe, house and provide legal defense for this chunk of fecal matter.

  • For once, an actual rapper, not an aspiring rapper, was nailed for murder.

    • Bryce Armstrong

      To bad he wasnt in the process of turning his around.

      “Gno wut I’m sayin”?

      • He’s working on his PhD in black studies, aka criminology.

        • ghettovalley

          Prison is to blacks what college is to whites and asians. It is their institute of higher learning. The place they visit for several years in order to perfect their craft, gain valuable job skills, and network with others in their preferred fields of drug dealing, pimping, and murder.

          • BernieGoetzFan

            And “down low” sex.

          • IBWHITE

            Many Black inmates like prison because while incarcerated they’re “somebody.” They may be involved in drug sales, prostitution or gang hits – but they are recognized and shown a form of respect by other inmates. They also get three “hots” and a “cot.” In the real world these same people are nothing but dishwashers, fast food workers etc. Many of them don’t even know their social security number and can’t wait to go back to jail where they thrive. They are malevolent children that are only interested in sex, getting buzzed and a warm place to sleep it off.

      • Yancy Derringer


  • Easyrhino

    Yet another black gentle giant illegally deprived of his rights by the racist criminal justice system……………..not!

    Time to get this psychopath off the streets permanently and throw away the key.

    • Juggernaut3000

      Suge has a long history of violence along with a long history of getting away with it.

      He should have been nailed years ago.

      • benvad

        Just put this dog down, he’s wasted enough oxygen.

  • Luca

    I wonder how much his story will change if there is a security video out there.

    • Alexandra1973

      Wouldn’t matter, you could have it on tape/DVD and they’d still claim they “din’t do nuffins.”

  • The man’s a murderous thug at heart. Even with all his riches and every available opportunity to go straight, he can’t keep himself out of prison and out of trouble. Now he’ll be hanging with all his pants-saggin’ butt-buddies for the remainder of his life.

    This incident illustrates what we all know too well about blacks: You can take the negro out of the ghetto, but you can’t take the ghetto out of the negro.

    • Georgia Boy

      By all the facts presented, he appears simply to think society’s rules don’t apply to him. He deserves life if this is true.

      • “By all the facts presented, he appears simply to think society’s rules don’t apply to him.” … Is there any black that thinks otherwise ?

    • bilderbuster

      He’ll still be getting high and having sex while chillin’ behind bars.

      • ghettovalley


    • Tarczan

      He’ll get a darkie jury and be acquitted. Remember Ray Lewis?

    • Juggernaut3000

      Blacks have a lot of difficulty keeping their tempers in check or controlling their emotions. “Suge” is no exception.

  • TomIron361

    “Mr. Knight was attacked by a group of men while he was in his vehicle,” Blatt said, according to the Times. “They were beating him, threatening to kill him and attempting to drag him outside of the vehicle. He made an effort to escape, he was in fear for his life. And that’s exactly what he did.”
    Sounds plausible to me. I hope they were other blacks he killed. Does anyone know if there was much damage to the truck?

    • Whitetrashgang

      Would make for a good truck commercial, Ram tough (good enough for the ghetto, good enough for you)

    • benvad

      I hope the car was saved and didn’t sustain damage. It’s the innocent bystander in this whole mess.

  • Bryce Armstrong

    And on a completely unrealated note, stock for Death Row Records happened to go up after the incident.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    It appears this rap business can be dangerous.

    From Straight outta Compton to Straight into San Quentin.

    Old Suge’s lawyer needs to get this adjudicated ASAP so if Suge is convicted, he can get pardoned before Jan. 2017.

    What’s ironic is this: Not only may the founder of Death Row Records end up on death row, Compton is now majority hispanic – the hispanics ethnically cleansed blacks out of the area after the Rodney King riots.

    Bienvenidos to Compton, Dawg!!

    • ghettovalley

      Hispanics are just as bad as blacks. In some ways they are worse. Millions of them flee their filthy, dangerous, and poverty stricken home countries every year. Instead of working hard, learning English, and attempting to assimilate like our own ancestors did, they simply turn the American neighborhoods where they end up into the same type of dirty and dangerous place they desperately fled in the first place. It makes no sense. If no one puts a stop to it, America will be Brazil in fifty years.

      • ElComadreja

        It’s a lot like Brazil in some places already.

  • Abulzulm

    Truth be told, this feels like something of a letdown; running someone over—and which can’t yet be ruled out as an accident—just isn’t very “gangsta”…

    • Dave West

      To bad for him. He’s going to prison and he still won’t have any street cred,’ He should have done a drive-by, that would earn him some major brownie-points with LaShaun and the boyz!

  • Chip Carver

    Considering how many times this cretinous monster was let off with probation for so many serious crimes in the past, it’s surprising that he’s been arrested for something like this so late in the game. But for every crime a felon has been convicted of, he has committed… well, everyone here knows the score. And “Mr. Knight” hasn’t been convicted of this, yet.

  • IstvanIN

    $137 million in debt? How does a black manage that?

    • Whitetrashgang

      Just like uncle sam I guess.

    • There’s enough dumb people in the world who gladly purchase his poison, but he’s too dumb to manage and invest it properly.

      • B.A_2014

        At one time he owned 34 cars. I doubt he was driving 34 mini coopers.

        • benvad

          Give me $2 million and I’ll never have to work again. The blacks can’t manage money ever, they go into show off mode to lord their ill gotten gains over their peeps.

          They are naturally self destructive.

    • Ni&&er rich blacks manage it quite well. The bankster jews must love to see them coming.

    • Samuel Hathaway

      $137 million in debt? How does a black manage that?

      Answer: by being black

    • John Smith

      I bet some -witz, -stein or -berg has most of the cash now, along with numerous white strippers and prostitutes.

      • B.A_2014

        His old lawyer David Kenner made off with the money. He looked Amish but I cannot confirm.

        • benvad

          He’ll know what to do with it anyways.

    • Easy. A black managed to rake up trillions in debt.

    • Luca

      Ask Al Sharpton.

    • Harry

      You seem surprised, as though blacks are naturally adept financially. Big money leads to people who know all about big money. It was like taking candy from a baby.

    • Sick of it

      How does he manage $51,000 in monthly expenses? Especially if it’s all personal.

    • NoMosqueHere

      He’s a fraudster. He buried cash & gold in his mother’s backyard; he defrauded everyone he did business with. A criminal is a criminal is a criminal.

  • Samuel Hathaway

    Cle-Bone Sloan?


    And the media would have us think these are what enrich our society?

    • John Smith

      And that what they purvey to our youth is “culture.”

      • Juggernaut3000

        It is those who publish and push on our youth whatever it is degenerate thugs like Suge Knight comes up with, and it ain’t music, who are responsible.

        Suge Knight merely puts his fantasies into words, it is those who give him studio time and publish, promote and disseminate his obscene message that should be held accountable.

        • John Smith

          Knight was a promoter, not an artist, but you’re right, he couldn’t do it alone.

          • Knight didn’t do it alone. Reading the article, it seems like he muscled into guys who were. It doesn’t cost much to produce rap. There are no percussion instruments, so one doesn’t need anyone who knows how to play those. What they need instead is a synthesizer and a few creeps who can swear like drunk sailors with Tourette Syndrome.

          • John Smith

            Certainly little talent required.

    • Caucasoid88

      These men are in their late 40s and they still wear track suits, chains and do-rags. Some things I will never understand…

      • Samuel Hathaway

        Listen, late 40s doesn’t mean anything… these are mental children stuck on 14. A hiring mistake in my company that can’t get fired who is 57 years old still acts and thinks like a 16-year-old. Chit chats off and on all day, gossips, bashes the company… my gosh, how i wish i was in charge of lay-offs.

        • benvad

          He’s got the magic formula and that’s black skin with an attitude.

      • Harry

        Referring to them as “men” is where you went wrong. Their mental and emotional maturity does not advance past puberty.

      • Juggernaut3000

        “These men are in their late 40s and they still wear track suits, chains and do-rags. Some things I will never understand…”

        They wear these things and do these things all the way to the bank.

        Does that clarify it for you?

        • Caucasoid88


        • I’m in my late 40s and still dress like I did in high school: a redneck who likes polo shirts. I wouldn’t trade places with any of them.

      • Charles Martel

        And are considered role models in The Community. I can’t understand it either – along with their aversion to education, chastity and Western civilization in general.

      • Cid Campeador

        They are congenitally deranged and are perpetual adolescents.. Lack of impulse control and lack of ability to make good decisions.

  • Tarczan

    “You have to make a lot of money to end up owing a lot. And Knight made quite a bit. “In court filings, Knight claims to be $137 million in debt, with $12 million in IRS liens, $51,000 in monthly expenses–and $11 in his checking account,” The Post reported in 2007.”

    Darkie accounting.

    • Juggernaut3000

      Maybe not. The accountant was most likely not black as it takes intelligence to understand accounting and that’s what the accountant most likely “counted” on, and why these accountants are able to rip celebrity blacks off for millions of dollars, often leaving them destitute.

      The black celebrities are given lavish accounts so they can play money shower, buy worthless bling, etc., until the money runs out, and the accountant has transferred enough of the black’s money into his own private account, right before he disappears.

      • That would be “embezzlement”, and a typical accountant is bright enough to refrain. The simple answer is almost always the correct one; these folks just waste their money. We frequently see the same thing with lottery winners who never bother with an accountant.

    • Lygeia

      Suge Knight’s financial straits may be why he committed such an obvious crime. With only $11 in his checking account, going to prison will enable him to keep some level of status (he can join a black gang within the prison), provide him with three meals a day, shelter, indoor plumbing, and a cot.

  • MekongDelta69

    Once a black thug; ALWAYS a black thug

    • Whitetrashgang

      Well at least they don’t turn white yet.

  • Americaandthewestshouldbewhite

    Typical black, only involved in crimes.

  • curri

    Guy is almost 50 and he’s still getting into lethal fights (with other middle-aged black guys) over apparently nothing. More proof that this is a different species.

    • Juggernaut3000

      More proof that we need to separate ourselves from blacks so they can live as dictated by their inherent DNA and we can live according to how we prefer to live, without the millstone of violent blacks in our midst.

  • I prefer Cash Monkey Records over Congoid Row.

  • BernieGoetzFan

    He is not as imposing as he seems. A few years ago there was tape of the 300 lb galut getting knocked out by another negro – average sized – who supposedly owed him money.

  • newscomments70

    Well isn’t that special…but is anyone really surprised?

  • Dave West

    $137 million in debt!

    Besides a large corporation, only a ni993r-rich idiot could accomplish that task!
    I remember that about a year or so ago, people were griping that the NFL wasn’t doing enough to make sure that players spent/invested their money responsibly. As if a black WR spending $25,000 on expensive cognac and strippers every weekend during the off-season is the fault of the NFL “not doing enough.”

    • IstvanIN

      So an employer is supposed to monitor and determine how I spend my paycheck? Hmmmm…… None the less even if the NFL tried to force the afletes to save it would be considered racist, oppressive and a return of the master/slave narrative.

      • Dave West

        To many blacks a financial advisor is just another evil white man trying to tell them what to do!

        • Usually Much Calmer

          Isn’t he, though? Leave well enough alone. Strippers have to eat and shareholders of LVMH have ski vacations to pay for. Ashes to ashes.

        • There’s doubtless a racial angle to their disinterest in seeing financial advisors, but it’s probably also a macho thing. I much doubt they would want black financial advisors telling them what to do, either.

          We see that financial overconfidence even in educated people. When my ex-father inherited from his mother’s estate, he wired the money from a US bank to one in Britain. The British tax people immediately took half of it. Any US tax lawyer could have told him what to expect, and warned him to keep the money in the US account, and write checks on that for expenses that the British government wouldn’t be able to track. They’d never have found out. He decided he knew all that stuff and went in blind.

      • The Worlds Scapegoat

        “IstvanIN wrote: So an employer is supposed to monitor and determine how I spend my paycheck?”

        I have seen this before in the Army and when I was in a Union.

        A few times the Union wanted me to show them what I was spending my money on, so they could make sure I wasn’t wasting it. I told them to go fudge themselves. They got rather angry and insisted, but eventually they stopped hounding me. Unions protect the lowest common denominators. They make gobs of money, but somehow can’t seem to take care of their family, and are always broke. The wife of the Union worker blamed the company for not paying her husband enough money, and wanted to sue them. The Company told her and the Union to stuff it. That is why the union got involved. A Union is nothing more than another form of government.

        When I was in the Army, the dark skins would write checks without any money in the bank. Because they did that, everyone had to take special classes on how to spend and manage our money because it would be raciss to only send the dumb-poops who wrote the bad checks. It was things you teach a first grader. Imagine having to sit through a first grade class (without the hot blonde teacher) for 6 hours every day for 4 days; That is 24 hours of sitting around listing to stupid people being taught what they should already know. We were taught basic addition and subtraction.


        • benvad

          Remedial is a term we had for 3 jerks who wouldn’t abide by the high school rules. The 3 blacks were high level students ( we didn’t have affirmative Action), never did anything wrong ever.

          I guess it’s the proportion level of the student body or if they’re immigrants.

    • Douglas Quaid

      I read about the rise and fall of Vince Young a few weeks ago, he went belly up broke not primarily from strippers, and paying off baby momas, rather he was blowing over $5000 a week at “The Cheesecake Factory” and throwing himself $300,000 birthday parties. I pictured him riding into his birthday party on top of an elephant surrounded by hookers with money in their g-strings all while eating cheesecake.

      • A $300,000 birthday party? What did he do, take everybody to the beach in Tahiti for a week?

        • Who Me?

          Throwing yourself a birthday party? I can’t decide if that’s super stupid, or just really, really sad.
          Since it’s blacks involved, I think I go with the “super stupid” option.
          Even when throwing a party for yourself, $300,000 seems more than a little bit excessive. (How do you DO that?)

          • I haven’t been to any sort of party in some years. The banks used to hold Christmas parties; we always ordered the salmon. At the last one, I wore my grey, herringbone tweed jacket, a pale green shirt and a navy tie with khaki slacks. Navy “low quarter” shoes (I wore home from federal prison), and my usual wire-framed glasses. The tie should set off the shirt, without arguing with it. My mother, who’s advice I accept over anyone else’s said that it looked really good. The last time I dressed in those clothes, I was mistaken for a lawyer (I was just a witness). The other side dropped their complaint on the spot.

            My ironclad rule about dress for events is “What do the women who work at banks say?” If they want to know who you are, you are doing something right.

    • shmo123

      I was thinking the same thing. How is it possible for one person to accumulate that kind of debt? Certainly a bank, or lender would’ve cut him off way before he reached those depths. The figure must be a mistake.

      • thomasdosborneii

        No, not a mistake. His record company probably had an immense cash flow, and he could show those figures and would quality for a loans. The problem is that he would be spending his money instead of paying back his loans, or maybe, blessedly, his company is starting to go belly-up, so the income is diminishing. Surely that hip hop junk isn’t going to continue to bring in hundreds of millions of dollars forever, like it has been, right?

        • He also had a large entourage of hangers-on, who were doubtless fond of drugs, hookers, hotels and eating out, whenever they didn’t need bail-bondsmen and lawyers. Buying dinner and drinks out for a dozen people on a regular basis is a lot more expensive than grilling some steaks at home with the missus. Part of what a rap label is selling is image, and that image is expensive to maintain.

          His company may well be going belly-up. The original article said that some of the label’s big names are gone. Snoop Dog and Dr. Dre left. Tupac Shakur was murdered, and Easy E. died of AIDS. Any company – music recording or otherwise – that drives off its most productive people is headed for hard times, but it sure doesn’t help if in addition to quitting, they’re croaking from the effects of the associated lifestyle.

        • benvad

          Without white suburban idiots buying this garbage we’d never have heard of him.

          The only thing you should be investing in is planned parenthood to expand in black/Hispanic neighborhoods to fight their expansion. Had they gotten to Marion’s mother in time back in 1964 then we wouldn’t be in this mess.

  • John Smith

    Sounds like he needs some time on death row. This guy is the apotheosis of black “success.”

  • NoMosqueHere

    The american music industry is in the toilet. Someone please flush it down.

  • B.A_2014

    That’s a slanderous accusation. If the rumours are true that big Marion had Tupac killed then he’s alright in my book.

    • throttler

      They both suck.

    • It seems unlikely, as Knight was wounded by the same attackers at the same time that evening.

  • Douglas Quaid

    I am always taken aback at these rags to riches blacks who just can’t stop engaging in their stupid ghetto behavior. They have gobs of money, all the luxuries they could desire, and they prefer to wallow in the mire doing stupid stuff rather than learn to act like civilized people.

    • Itooktheredpill

      I find the amount of black “affletes” who have squandered million dollar fortunes highly amusing.

      • shmo123

        And Mike Tyson is the king of them all. Depending on who you read, somewhere between 300 and 400 million squandered away with nothing to show for it. It defies all explanation. Even squirrels have enough common sense to bury a few nuts for winter.

        • Itooktheredpill

          I highly recommend the video “Mike Tysons funniest interviews” on youtube. After watching you will 100% understand why Mike blew all his $ lol.

          • It goes back to the oft misunderstood axiom that even took me awhile to grok: Poor people have poor ways.

        • Harry

          He did not have the education needed to be able to hold on to that kind of money. Years later he wised up to the exploitation; quoting Don King’s “You and me are black brothers” bullsh*t that was laid on him. The signing of contracts that Tyson had no hope of being able to decipher; “you don’t need to see no white boy attorney about this stuff..” I can hear it from Don King without even having been there. This is not some liberal tirade about blacks being underprivileged, it’s about how they prey on their own and then point the finger at YT.

      • The Worlds Scapegoat

        That is why they have black affletes. Not because they are good, but because they blow their money. If blacks had to actually follow the rules of the game, they would never be allowed to play any sport past Junior High. Every time I played sports against a Black person in High School, they always cheated. If they actually had to play by the rules, they would have been thrown out for penalties in the first 3 minutes of the game.

        It is the same reason for welfare. Without welfare, there wouldn’t be that much money circulating. Without money circulating, the Republican stock holders wouldn’t get rich. Welfare people also spend a lot of money on sports. If it wasn’t for welfare, there wouldn’t be any millionaire affletes. Back in the 1950’s there weren’t any rich affletes. Most had to work a second job. My High School PE coach was a ex-Raider. He had to work a day job, and then train at night and weekends.


        • But, it’s not like there weren’t some well paid pro athletes. Stan Musial’s salary peak was $100,000 in 1959, which translates to about $800,000 today. Sure, nowhere near $20 million.

    • thomasdosborneii

      They do not allow themselves to have any good role models. They simply, honestly, do NOT know better (but they think they know better than everybody else). It is frightening to understand that there are people alive who have never had a family member in any generation as far back as they can remember who ever was responsible, in parenting, in education, in working for money, and in managing their life for the long term.

    • benvad

      Thats the racial difference in DNA.

    • MBlanc46

      Because it’s what and who they are.

  • I couldn’t help but notice the phrase “$51,000 in monthly expenses” in the article. This has me at a loss for words.

    • LHathaway

      He’s just fueling the supply side economy. When the rich go broke (or stop spending, for any reason) we all suffer?

      • I suppose, but investing in a decent mutual fund would have produced the same result for society while leaving Knight in better financial shape.

        • MartelsGhost

          But that would have required at least a minimum of intelligence and a good degree of future time orientation ability both of which, it seems, things like knight have neither the capacity or the ability to utilize…………..

          Funny thing about your patch, I have one of these on an old set of woodlands I use from time to time.

  • Juggernaut3000

    Ironic ending for someone who glamorized the thug lifestyle and killing cops.

    I also heard he’s broke and filed for bankruptcy like a typical black who comes into money. As of now, no one has bailed him out of jail.

    Yeah, Karma’s a *****, ain’t it?

    Ha Ha Ha

  • Juggernaut3000

    He’s lying, which is no surprise.

    According to the sheriff’s office:

    “Looks like he drove backwards and struck the victims and drove forwards and struck them again,” sheriff’s Lt. John Corina said. “The people we talked to say it looked like it was an intentional act.”

    He is no friend to the cops, he’s openly called for killing them.

  • ozamataz

    Suge says “you’re born to die”. I wish he’d just get on with that then, and soon.

  • Drudge linked to this story about the matter:


    There’s a part of me that thinks that the people who wrote this AP copy were laughing their tails off as they were keying in the words then editing. If I had to treat such juvenile antics and psychobabble as serious news, I’d laugh my guts out of my mouth, too.

  • MartelsGhost

    Like that turd that just doesn’t want to flush and manages to clog the whole pipe. Perhaps this time it will finally go down………………………………………….

  • I believe I need some ear-bleach. I wonder whether Bon has any of that.

    • Samuel Hathaway

      You’re a lot braver than I am, Michael… I have stopped listening to this trash called ebonics and those who just don’t make an effort to pronunicate correctly. Northern accents, southern accents are fine…native to American speech…but ebonics is outside the historical oral tradition that created our once fine cultural and political institutions.

  • libertarian1234

    This character and those like him are no more than purveyors of hate, and their incitement to crime and violence is on a level far greater than anyone in the Klan.

    Sending this one to jail means only that there will be a thousand more who will take his place.

    They claim they’re only reporters and what they spew is only what goes on around them and it amounts to no more than just a form of art. But it goes far beyond that and truly amounts to an encouragement to commit murder and mayhem.

    And the black youth just love it.

    And many of us do as well, because the continuation of it brings us closer to an inevitable showdown.

    • Tooth Barkington

      As for their claim that what they do is a “form of art,” that word would never be on any sub-human’s lips if Prospero’s enemies had not put the word in Caliban’s mouth.

  • Douglas Quaid

    Holy smokes, “I’m 36 years old, going on 36, I never dreamed of living this long…” (at 4:00). The scary thing is that among these black athletes Tyson is not the exception, he is the norm, a little on the dumber end, but this is fairly normal.

    • Itooktheredpill

      He has got at best an IQ of 80. To be fair though I loved his fighting style.

      I love when he goes off about Muhammad. I literally have no idea what he said. A bunch of gibberish. Hilarious. (starts at 1:58)

  • thomasdosborneii

    So what are your kids listening to? Despite how typical (or perhaps stereotypical) it is, I truly can’t understand any human being limiting themselves to only their own contemporary music offerings. When music is good, it is good, and that certainly isn’t linked to only one particular decade. I love music from ALL eras and even, believe it or not, have found maybe three or four hip hop songs that I like (to my surprise), as well, despite most of it being garbage in my view. It isn’t the era that is to be judged, but the individual music, itself. To ask a person why they would listen to 80’s music, or the music of any past era, as if somehow that era is bad or unlistenable, is a very sorry limitation to ones enjoyment potential. I truly can’t understand why people put themselves into the smallest of boxes.

  • Cid Campeador

    Agreed!! But the left will still keep blowing that “horn”. Their new argument might be that since “money” was the invention of the White man, it’s our fault.

  • crockadoodle6

    Proof that black behavior hasn’t reached entropy yet.

  • Lygeia

    I lasted 38 seconds.

    • Who Me?

      I lasted 1:16. Just couldn’t take anymore of it.

      • Lygeia

        You brave soul. You have greater endurance than me!

  • Doomispixulated

    Just livin’ the dream.