Former Death Row CEO Suge Knight is presently behind bars serving a 28-year sentence for a deadly 2015 hit-and-run. The controversial Hip Hop determine spoke with DailyMail from the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego on Friday (February 1).

During the interview, Knight revealed there are sufficient unreleased Tupac Shakur songs to make an album. He additionally in contrast the slain rap legend to Cardi B.

“[It’s] not that they was dangerous songs however these are songs that ‘Pac didn’t need to be out on an album or need to be out,” Knight mentioned. “When it’s time to do an actual Tupac album, you get the best people who work with him, that he would work with, you recognize, like Drake or … Beyoncé likes Tupac music.

“He would undoubtedly admire to see her with him and Cardi B might be probably the most aggressive entertainer within the biz immediately. And I believe she’s the feminine model of Tupac. Tupac with a skirt. Yeah.”

Knight additionally addressed his son’s current feedback about ‘Pac being alive and “within the studio.” Last month, Suge Knight Jr. shared a number of Instagram submit insisting ‘Pac was engaged on new music.

“For me personally, there have been sightings,” he mentioned. “I knew my son was a type of instances.”

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Elsewhere within the interview, Knight seemed again on a dialog he had with ‘Pac again in 1996, the place the late Hip Hop luminary mentioned faking his personal demise to keep away from jail. 

“He had an actual horrible time,” he mentioned. “He wasn’t completely happy in jail, so he felt that he would by no means return to jail it doesn’t matter what. And then the opposite factor was that his nickname was Makaveli. Everybody did know that. He was all about Makaveli, and as you recognize Makaveli faked his demise so he was all the time speaking about faking his demise earlier than he would return to jail.”

Knight gained’t be eligible for parole till 2037. 

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