Los Angeles, CA – Suge Jacob Knight, son of former Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight, is talking out following information that his father struck a 28-year plea deal in his homicide case.

According to the youthful Knight, his father has been handled unfairly and fairly merely “It’s time to offer him a break.” Despite the present predicament, he’s optimistic, revealing that regardless of the plea deal it’s doable that they’ll “beat this.”

“It’s nonetheless a manner that we will most likely probably beat this. There nonetheless is a few positivity we will concentrate on proper now…I simply don’t wanna hand over proper now,” Knight mentioned whereas talking with TMZ.

Knight additionally referenced his father’s quite a few well being points, which embody diabetes and blood clots. He defined that resulting from his ailing well being he wants fixed care.

“With all these well being points, I’m very frightened about my father,” he mentioned. “I’mma be trustworthy. Because he’s a robust dude, however he’s human man. It’s stresses that’s inflicting his well being to be fucked up. It’s arrange for him to not make it out. And that’s simply the unhappy half as a result of he doesn’t deserve it. I don’t want this on anyone…He wants attentive care on a regular basis.”

Suge Knight's Son Worried About Father's Health Following Plea Deal
Suge Knight's Son Worried About Father's Health Following Plea Deal

Earlier this week, it was reported that Knight struck a plea deal that led on to the previous music exec receiving 28 years behind bars. As a part of the deal, he plead responsible to voluntary manslaughter and admitted that he used his truck as a lethal weapon.

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