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Death Row Records

You may all be familiar with the stories and notorieties of Suge Knight's Death Row's a little background information about Suge's Empire...

The hugely successful Death Row records emerged in the early nineties, with huge superstar affiliates such as Dr.  Dre, Snoop (then 'Doggy') Dogg, vanilla Ice (ahem), Nate Dogg, and of course, Tupac Shakur.  The founder, Suge Knight, was a former member of the hugely notorious and seemingly cold-blooded LA Southside Crips.  Not one to forget his violent roots, Marion "Suge" (after his banging name, Sugar Bear) Knight continued his gangster gang-member ways in the recording industry, allegedly terrorising artists and involving himself in scandal, avarice and corruption.  Amongst true Tupac fans, Knight is the ultimate enemy.  In a bid to bag the country's hottest rap talent, he freed Tupac from jail in a massive $1.4 million bail payment.  a desolate Tupac, fresh out of jail, had no idea what he was letting himself in for.  Read the following reasons below (taken from suggesting why  Suge Knight played a huge part in Tupac's death.  



1. 2Pac was about to leave Death Row Records. His album entitled "Don Killuminati : The 7 Day Theory" was the last album he had to do for Death Row Records. He was now going to work on his new record company called "Makaveli Records". Makaveli Records is the the new record company 2Pac planned on doing with "Tha Outlaw Immortalz".

(In 1995, Suge Knight bailed 2Pac out of jail with the contract of 2Pac doing a double album and single album for Death Row Records. His contract was done and that's why he was suddenly leaving Death Row Records.)

2. Basicly in a follow-up from # 1... With 2Pac gone, Death Row Records wasn't going to make any money off 2Pac. So, if they killed 2Pac ; everything related to him would get them a whole lot of cash! And, they would now have all of his unreleased songs which they would release under their label on soundtracks, compilation albums and possibly even new 2Pac albums. Plus, it gets rid of the competition they'd receive from Makaveli Records.

3. Death Row Records was very uncooperative with the police after 2Pac's death. They hardly told the police anything! In many occasions, the police and newsreporters couldn't even find people on Death Row Records to question. Here's another interesting fact... ABC interviewed Suge Knight after the shooting of 2Pac. He was asked, "If you knew who killed 2Pac, would you tell the police?". Suge then replied "Absolutly Not".

4. If you know about "Makaveli Records", you know about The Outlaw Immortalz. They are the rappers who would be working with 2Pac on "Makaveli Records". Anyway, one of the members who went by the name "Kadafi" was reportedly going to cooperate with the police. Well, soon after the death of 2Pac he turns up dead. Hmmmm....

5. Have you noticed how Death Row Records now goes by the name "New & Untouchable". What's with that?? This name started being used when the Makaveli album came out... Why are they so suddenly untouchable???

6. Death Row Records could have also done a lot of this stuff you're about that's proving 2Pac is Alive. They could be doing this stuff for publicity. EX : They could have made up that whole 7 Day Theory stuff. And, I'm almost sure they put 2Pac on the cover of the Makaveli album posed as Jesus Christ for publicity.

7. Of course lets not forget the mysterious "Suge Shot Him". If you turn the volume way up...... In the first 3 seconds of the Makaveli album your hear someone say "Suge Shot Him". You hear the voice right before the first bell. (Listen Carefully) I wonder about this though... Is it someone from Death Row Records who knew what was going on with Suge Knight killing him or was it just some publicity stunt for more album sales????

8. Okay... Lets talk about that night at the Tyson fight when 2Pac was shot... You've all probably heard about Orlando Anderson and how Suge got in a fight and was caught on surveillance cameras. So, I won't get into that. Anyway.. I've heard a "rumor". I've heard Suge Knight was caught on surveillance cameras at the fight telling 2Pac to take off the vest 'cause it was hot in there. If this is true, why would Suge Knight not want 2Pac wearing his vest??? 

9. What about what Suge Knight did after 2Pac was shot? Well, as you know 2Pac was shot 5 times and Suge's head was grazed by a bullet. I've heard 2Pac said to Suge, "Don't worry about me. You're shot in the head". Anyway, as 2Pac lost 22 ounces of blood Suge drove 2Pac to the hospital as fast as he could... When at the hospital Suge said he had a long conversation with 2Pac. But how?? Would you be talking after being shot 5 times and heavily bleeding... What's with that???

10. For # 10 I'll talk about the alive thoery. First of all, I've found a lot more reasons that prove 2Pac is alive. A lot of these could be publicity stunts or just coincidences. But there's more evidence that point to him being alive. It's really tough to make a decision. You gotta really think.... Would 2Pac spend thousands & thousands of dollars in faking his death to get all the eyes off him?? Also, would Suge Knight actually kill 2Pac for money?? Take the life of his "friend" for money??? You really gotta think.


NOTE : As for Suge Knight having possession of all 2pac's unheard songs... 2pac's mom sued Death Row Records and won. She now has possession of the tapes. Death Row Records can no longer make money off 2pac's music. All of 2Pac's unreleased singles will now be featured on new albums under the label "Amaru Records / Jive Records".


Suge with former Death Row artists,
Snoop Dogg, Dr Dre and Tupac.



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