In a recent podcast episode on Collect Call, Suge Knight, the incarcerated founder of Death Row Records, opened up about his quest for answers regarding the tragic murder of rap icon 2Pac.
Knight, who was present with 2Pac on the night of the fatal shooting in Las Vegas, is now turning his attention to Snoop Dogg, his former artist and the current owner of Death Row Records.
During the explosive podcast segment, Suge Knight expressed his need for a face-to-face conversation with Snoop Dogg, emphasizing that there is a lot of “explaining” to be done. Knight highlighted the close relationship between 2Pac and Snoop, citing the rapper’s contributions to All Eyez On Me and their shared history. He insisted on addressing any possible involvement Snoop might have in the events leading up to 2Pac’s murder.
Knight also made intriguing claims, suggesting that Snoop Dogg had advised Tha Dogg Pound rapper Daz Dillinger against joining the Death Row crew on the night of September 7, 1996, hinting at an anticipation of trouble. These revelations add complexity to the ongoing mystery surrounding 2Pac’s death.