After the biopic of Michel’le Toussaint claiming Dr Dre beats her up, another man from the super producer’s past surfaces. Suge Knight claims Dr Dre tried to have him murdered twice. More popularly known as Michel’le, Dr Dre’s ex-wife,...Show More Summary
A couple years ago Apple bought Beats Electronics for $3 billion dollars. The company, founded in 2006 by rapper Dr. Dre, made a quick rise to prominence. And while you’ve probably heard this before, Beats headphones are cheap in the way that they’re manufactured and the products that they use. Show More Summary
Knight claims Dre was behind an attack at a Chris Brown-hosted VMA party where he was shot seven times.
Rap mogul Suge Knight is suing Dr. Dre for allegedly hiring a hit man to kill him—and then hiring another to finish the job after the first assassin failed. Knight was shot seven times at a pre-VMAs party in 2014 and his lawsuit alleges that the shooting was carried...
The former Death Row CEO files lawsuit asking for a minimum of $300 million.
Months after first making the wild allegation, Suge Knight is now suing Dr. Dre with claims the hitmaker hired hitmen to kill him.
The former Death Row Records CEO also claims he’s owed money.
This past spring, Suge Knight alleged that Dr. Dre hired a hitman to kill him. Now, he’s made it a legal claim. According to TMZ, the former Death Row CEO filed a lawsuit that details a lifetime management deal with Dre that entitles him to a little less than a third of Dre’s entertainment revenue. […]
Knight is suing for $300 million from Dre, or about a third of what Dre made from the sale of Beats to Apple. [ more › ]
If you watched Michel’le's Lifetime biopic and had a hankering for more related drama, quite the update has emerged. TMZ reports that Suge Knight is suing Dr. Dre for allegedly hiring a hit man to have him killed. The lawsuit stems from a 2014 incident in which Knight was shot ... More »
Suge Knight Sues Dr. Dre For Alleged Murder Attempt The imprisoned former head of Death Row Records is now blaming Dr. Dre for assassination attempts on his life. According to TMZ, Suge Knight has filed a lawsuit which accuses
Suge Knight wants a piece of Dr. Dre's fortune. Continue reading…
Suge Knight has filed a lawsuit against Dr. Dre, claiming that Dre hired a hitman in an attempt to murder Knight, TMZ reports. Knight is the rap mogul who cofounded Death Row Records, which at one time included Dr. Dre on its roster....Show More Summary
Usually, Suge Knight is the one being accused of shocking acts of violence and generally gangster-y behavior, but these days the imprisoned music mogul is claiming that one of the most famous names in hip hop tried to have him rubbed...Show More Summary
In 2014, Suge Knight was shot several times in West Hollywood. Earlier this year, Knight and his lawyer alleged that the shooting was ordered by Dr. Dre. Now, Knight has filed a lawsuit against Dre for unspecified damages, TMZ reports. Show More Summary
Beats co-founder and Apple employee Andre Young, aka Dr. Dre, allegedly hired a hitman to kill Suge Knight, according to a lawsuit filed by Knight. The former hip-hop mogul who co-founded Death Row Records claims Dre tried to have him...Show More Summary
Either Suge Knight is filing a lawsuit, or he's the subject of one. According to TMZ, Suge is suing longtime enemy Dr. Dre for allegedly hiring a hitman to kill him back in 2014. The suit follows many years of controversies, arrests, and other legal issues for the rapper. Related: Judge Rules Ice Cube & [...]
Being behind bars has never prevented Marion “Suge” Knight from taking potshots (and more) at people, but he seems to be after a more figurative pound of flesh these days. According to TMZ, Knight has filed a lawsuit against Dr. Dre, in which he alleges that his Death Row Records co-founder hired a hitman to have him killed. Show More Summary
Dr. Dre hired a hitman to off Suge Knight, and it's all over Beats By Dre... so claims Suge in a new lawsuit. Suge says he had a lifetime management deal with Dre, which entitled him to a 30% cut of Dre's entertainment earnings. When Beats came…