So, this happened… Suge Knight is currently serving a 28-year prison sentence, but was back in court on Wednesday to testify about Dr. Dre allegedly hiring a hit man to kill him.  His testimony comes as part of a lawsuit filed by Terry Carter’s family.  Knight ran over Carter in 2015. The former Death Row […]

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