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Snoop Dogg And Suge Knight Prison Conversation, Takes Credit For Tupac Death Row Signing

“Those were one of the funniest conversations I’ve ever had,” Snoop on his conversation with Suge Knight. Yes, Snoop Dogg and Suge Knight prison conversation is for real. Snoop appearing on Big Boy In The Neighborhood, reveals what him and Suge spoke about during the prison phone conversations.

According to Snoop, him and Suge Knight spoke over the phone while Knight is serving a 28 year sentence. Snoop says it was LT Hutton who was responsible for linking up Snoop and Knight. “LT had put me and him on the phone. We had some great conversations,” says Snoop.

Suge Knight pleaded no contest back in 2018. Suge had admitted to using a weapon when he rammed his Ford F-150 into two men back in January 2015. The incident took place during the set of Straight Outta Compton. Knight is set to be released at the age of 79.

“The first conversation that we had was like when I was working out. He just jumped on the phone and he was like damn ni**a I was trying to get you to work out and you wouldn’t never work out. I said ni**a you know I wasn’t listening back then.”

“Just listen to the conversation that’s friends. Something a friend would say. Not something an enemy would say,” explains Snoop.

Before Snoop and Suge had their multiple conversations over the phone, while Suge is in prison, the two met one on one prior. The meeting took place in a hotel according to Snoop. “Met in a hotel room, when it wasn’t good, so we can get good. And we got good from that, cause he seen who I was and I seen who he was. We really just love each other,” says Snoop.

Snoop responsible for Tupac in Death Row

“I’m the reason why Tupac was on Death Row. I told Suge go get Tupac. I’m the reason for a lot of things that happened cause I was the one that always to speak up. Nah that ain’t right. Nah I ain’t wit that. Even when Pac and Biggie was into it. I would tell Pac, nah cuz, that ain’t cool. He don’t want none,” explains Snoop on Big Boy TV.

This draw back from Snoop would create tension between him and Tupac. Tupac felt Snoop was not being loyal. Snoop has spoken about the tensions between himself, Tupac and Suge Knight during an interview with Sway In the Morning.

The rocky relationship between Snoop, Suge and Tupac, was also shown on the biopic ‘All Eyez On Me’.

Snoop continues to make his case for the Tupac Death Row signing happening because of him. He goes on to reveal how him and Knight also spoke about Tupac during the prison phone call conversation. Snoop claims Suge said, “Remember when you told me to go get Pac, cause I wasn’t even messing with it like that.”

Snoop Dogg’s song to Suge Knight

On his new album ‘I Wanna Thank Me’, Snoop Dogg honors Suge Knight on the song ‘Let Bygones Be Bygones‘. “There’s been so many different versions of the Death Row story. So many different versions of people’s perspective, intellect, introspective and just people thinking they know what it is and what it was.”

“It was some real key figures in Death Row records. The main figures was Dr. Dre, DOC, Snoop Dogg and Suge Knight. The rest of the pieces to the puzzle was musical. They was talented. They was business minded but they was never intricate like I’m speaking on,” says Snoop.

“Dr. Dre will never tell his story from Death Row Records. Suge Knight’s has already been told as far as the public is concerned and they’re always bashing him. Tupac’s story been told four or five different times, but he was only on Death Row for six months. Snoop Dogg was the only one standing that can actually speak some real life and real truth to what Death Row records meant,” continues Snoop Dogg.


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