Suge Knight will not abide by negative remarks made about Oprah Winfrey. The revelation was revealed by the jailed businessman on a recent episode of his podcast, Collect Call With Suge Knight, which is supported by Breakbeat.

“I recall when I was doing my sentence, several people made negative remarks about Oprah Winfrey. Knight remarked, “I got in their ass.” “You’re referring to this Black woman. I slapped the heck out of them and fried their ass. “Talk about this Black sister, don’t keep quiet.”

In the first installment of his recently launched podcast, Collect Call With Suge Knight, the former head of Death Row Records honored women who work in the music business.

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“The women were really good at such stuff. Women have come a long way and are quite strong, as can be seen in their appearance. They are leading the way, not following in a man’s shadow. I find Cardi B to be amazing. She is a fantastic businesswoman who sets the standard and is arguably one of the biggest stars in the field.

In addition, Knight praised Cardi B, adding, “There’s nothing she can’t do and be successful with it,” and he also honored Summer Walker, Doja Cat, Lizzo, and SZA.

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Suge Knight declared last month that he would not stand up to Duane “Keffe D” Davis following the latter’s arrest and indictment for Tupac Shakur’s murder.

Knight said he was shocked but declined to testify, according to TMZ.

Knight declared, “I’m not going to take the stand and testify against anybody.” For what purpose? I wouldn’t testify, and I wouldn’t go. Not a trace of that nonsense.

READ MORE: Suge Knight Declines To Testify In The Murder Case Of Tupac Shakur

Official charges against Duane “Keffe D” Davis have been made public. He is accused of killing Tupac Shakur on one count of murder with a deadly weapon.

According to Las Vegas Sheriff Kevin McMahill, “many people did not believe that the murder of Tupac Shakur was important to this police department.” “I’m here to tell you that wasn’t the case at all.”

Meghan Cuniff, a well-known court reporter, claims that Davis’s involvement in the crime is “by directly committing this crime” or “by aiding and abetting by providing the gun used.” Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson, his nephew, and two other individuals are also mentioned in the indictment. They’re all gone now.

Below is a press conference regarding the arrest.


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