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J. Cole, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar & More To Appear On Anderson .Paak’s ‘Oxnard’ Album

Anderson .Paak fans are anxiously awaiting the rapper’s third studio album, Oxnard, due later this month. While they wait, .Paak hit up The Angie Martinez Show to reveal some details about the project, including his full list of album features and more.

Dr. Dre, QTip, Snoop Dogg, Pusha T, J. Cole, and Kendrick Lamar will all make appearances on Oxnard, .Paak told Martinez. He also spoke on how the J. Cole feature came about.

“Him and Dre was working and I was opening up for him on his last tour,” he said. “He was like ‘Yo Dre played me something, this crazy one,” .Paak recalled, explaining how Dre’s preview won Cole over. “It was unfinished, so I needed something…he was in town when I was working on it, I was wrapping it up. And I was like ‘If you around, pull up’ and he pulled right up.”

While Chance the Rapper isn’t featured on the album, .Paak says they’ve definitely recorded some music together that may or may not appear on Chance’s next offering.

Watch Martinez get the scoop up top and tune into Oxnard on November 16.

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[WATCH] Vince Staples Pays Tribute To Mac Miller: The Good Ones Always Die

Two days after the confirmation of rap star Mac Miller’s untimely death was from an apparent drug overdose, Vince Staples has paid tribute to Mac Miller, saying, “The good ones always die.”

Miller was found dead at his San Fernando Valley home on September 7. Earlier this week, his cause of death was confirmed to be from “mixed drug toxicity”, with fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol present in his system.

In an interview on Real 92.3’s Big Boy’s Neighborhood, Staples was asked whether there had been any signs that Miller might suffer an overdose. “He was trying,” he replied.

“All you can ask for is for somebody to try. You can’t always win, you know? Nah, I never seen him dying. He was too happy. But to be honest, the good ones always die. So it makes sense in retrospect, but I was never worried about him.”

See the rest of the interview below.

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Dave Free Talks TDE’s Time-Tested Methods Of Success & More

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Top Dawg Entertainment‘s reign in the music world was not an overnight process but clearly, they own the market share of the game’s top talent on the Hip-Hop side with a rising stake in the R&B world today. TDE president Dave Free recently broke down how the label has thrived using time-tested methods of success, remaining true, and the value of Kendrick Lamar winning the Pulitzer Prize among other gems.

VIBE writes:

VIBE: At one time TDE was the bubbling underground crew, but what has it been like to really work your way up to being a powerhouse?

Dave Free: In the middle of the process, it looks the same, just the resources changed. We get more resources to do bigger and better things but it feels and smells and looks the same because it’s rooted off the same concept of repetition. So for us, we haven’t even gotten to the celebration point yet, because there’s still so much more to do. When I talk to friends and I talk to buddies, and even just hearing you say everything you’re saying right now, that’s when I get kind of pulled back into the perspective that “damn, it’s been a long time. We were just that. We were that underground crew that was trying to figure out how to get our feet in the game and now it’s the total opposite.” It’s really hard to say in a few words ‘cause it feels exactly like when we were in Carson just grinding in the studio. It feels exactly the same.

VIBE: How long do you think it took for you guys to really find your groove?

Dave Free: I would say about eight years ’til we figured out what not to do. The earlier stages when we were just really grinding through. It’s not about what you do right, it’s about what you’re doing wrong. We were doing a lot of right, but the wrong stuff sets you back. You don’t have to do everything perfectly, just don’t do anything that [sets you] back.

Check out the rest of Dave Free’s interview with VIBE here.

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Swizz Beatz Reveals The Hidden Secrets He Learned At Harvard (Video)

Less than one week ago, Swizz Beatz released his first album in more than a decade. The arrival of POISON has the hit-maker for DMX, JAY-Z, Beyoncé, T.I., and Styles P promoting the Epic Records LP. However, few interviews in Swizzy’s 20-plus-year career are as engaging as his second sit-down with Drink Champs. Speaking with hosts N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN, Swizz (who is later joined by The Breakfast Club co-host and podcaster Angela Yee) discuss what the Bronx, New Yorker learned while he attended Harvard University. The man born Kasseem Dean emphatically reflects on some of the jewels he learned at the Ivy League college, including a powerful illustrative story from one professor.

“You know what we need in Hip-Hop? We need to know that we can do it all [and] we need to know that we [already] have it all. When I was in school, they taught me,” begins Swizz just after the 2:00:00 mark. N.O.R.E. asks, “Harvard?” Swizz responds, “That one; the H. I was in class one day. My professor at Harvard said, ‘You want them to feel like they win, make them feel like they own something.'” Swizz admits that he may get banned from his alma mater for sharing this knowledge but that he does not care. “What does that mean? They’re literally teaching people how to take advantage of us.”

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He makes an extended analogy to share the wisdom. “You have $2 in your budget. You know who your superstar is, and your superstar knows who he is. He comes to the meeting [and you make him feel that his position is gone]. You take the spot away from him; it’s done. The superstar no longer thinks that he’s a superstar because you told him that the position was done. But you know that you’ve got $2 in your budget,” proposes Swizz to illustrate the lesson. “So you took the power away from the superstar [who says], ‘Whatever you need me to do I’m willing to do. Call me tomorrow.’ They call the guy tomorrow–I’m telling you what they taught me—you call the guy tomorrow, ‘Yo, they gave me a good report on you. They said you really, really should’ve got this job instead of this other guy. I don’t have $2 to pay you like you [wanted]; I have $1.’ You give this guy $1. ‘You gotta work more than the guy that’s getting $2, but I’ma give you $1 because I’m not even supposed to have you here, because we got who we wanted’ [which] f*cks with your mental. You give this guy $1; he’s working so hard. Hard. He’s grinding his life off because he doesn’t feel that he’s in that position that he was supposed to be in so he’s going hard. He’s not even sleeping. You walk up to him in the grass while he’s cutting it and say, ‘Man, you did all this? You cut all this grass?’ [He says], ‘Yes. That’s me. That’s my work. I’m me.’ [You say], ‘Wow. I knew that you was one of my special guys. You know what? Don’t tell nobody, let me give you another dollar.’ But you had $2 to start with. You made him a slave now because he only thought $1 was involved. He wasn’t qualified. But you knew that he was your target this entire time. You played him. You gave him a dollar to start with and another dollar to enhance his influence. So now you’ve got this guy working for you on a nonstop condition because he thinks you really care about him. But you never cared about him. You been had $2 for him [and played him].” DJ EFN says, “He thinks he’s indebted to you.” “Facts,” responds Swizz. “F*ck that sh*t! Know your worth. Know what you hold. Know you’ll withstand. Don’t play those games.” Swizz says he has applied that logic to offers of label deals and other industry maneuvers throughout his career.

Earlier in the extensive chat, Swizz also speaks to the principles of negotiation. “We’re too emotional that we don’t handle business,” begins the producer/DJ/investor at 1:16:00. “We get in front of a person that’s higher ranking; what do we tell them? They wanna do a big deal with us,” asks Swizz, before warning, “We do sh*t like this as a culture and we gotta to stop it.” He explains “We get in front of this big guy, this big f*ckin’ tycoon and we know he’s the biggest guy – billion dollars, whatever the f*ck the money is. [You are sitting] next to the [boss]; hee’s worth a billion dollars or she’s worth a billion dollars [pointing at guest Angela Yee]. You’re on her boat, she paid for you to fly out here on a plane, and they want to do a deal with you. You know that what you have is a good product. You know why people want to meet with you? You know why people have meetings at dinner? The reason why [is that] they want to know how much they can take advantage of you,” declares Swizz.

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“When they sit down and have an out-of-office meeting with you,” “–they want to read your body language,” interrupts EFN. “F*ck your body-language; they want to read your mind language,” Swizz states. “They might have $100 million dollars on that table, but you might leave out justifying $10 million based off of your conversation that night [because they sized you up].” Swizz explains that the powers that be may brag about their education, whereas you could make up the fact that you acquired your wisdom from the streets. Stressing that “knowledge is power,” he continues, “At that meeting, they’re assessing how they should handle you going forward, and we gotta know that. When we sitting down, I need to be able to tell you more about your company then you f*ckin’ know.”

Swizz says that having that insight gives you, as the possible partner, greater negotiating power. “You gotta flex on these mothaf*ckas, man! Let’s stop being sitting ducks that’s waiting to get shot. We just so happy to be in position that we f*ckin’ ignorant about the position! If they talk to you, they need you. Y’understand? No, when a person comes to you they already know how they can take advantage of you. We gotta stop being the sitting duck that’s waiting to get taken advantage of and we gotta know our worth. If Angela Yee is $10 million, then f*ck it, it’s $10 million!

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Swizz elaborates on why he chose to study in Cambridge, Massachusetts. “The reason I went to Harvard is because I was doing mergers and acquisitions [of companies].” As N.O.R.E. says he should go to Harvard to smart, Swizz corrects him. “Let me not mislead the people. You don’t need an Ivy League school to be educated. I went to Harvard as a challenge to myself. It was a wall that I wanted to knock down. But everything that I learned in school you could learn online.”

At 1:27:00, Swizz says, “This is the realest sh*t I’ma say tonight: you can’t pay for time. You can’t exchange cash for time. Most people get this money and think that means something. The time that you put in with your kids is more valuable than the f*ckin’ currency. The currency of time, and talking, and education, and father-time, and mom time with your kid is the most valuable thing that you could ever do in life. There’s no payoff of that. I don’t give a f*ck if you get them a Bugatti, they’ll crash that sh*t and you’ll still be the deadbeat dad. You understand? F*ck that! Put your time in with your kids. Educate them, and give them freedom too, ’cause they can’t be saved from this world. What’s gonna happen is gonna happen. Let them have their freedom but give them the goals to understand the meaning of why they’re here. Give them the blueprint to start to discover why they’re here. Because life is a discovery.”

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Also during the interview, Swizz Beatz revealed why he’d give his last beat to the MC he came into the game with, POISON, and why a JAY-Z, Nas and DMX collaborative track he produced has never been released.

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Exclusive: DJ Khaled on the Importance of Parenting Children Toward Success and Asahd’s New Jordan Collection

Asahd Khaled is by far the most popular child in Hip-Hop — the entire world if we’re being honest.

The first child of renowned musician DJ Khaled has transitioned from baby to mini-mogul in just a matter of two years. His recently launched “Jordan x Asahd” Holiday Collection with Kids Foot Locker shows the entrepreneurial spirit and brand that’s being established within the titan toddler, an effort that is equally collaborated on by his parents.

The elder Khaled’s pride in his son radiated during his latest “Fan Luv” experience in Miami. Flawlessly, Khaled managed to interact with every fan that visited the Kids Foot Locker at Bayside Marketplace in the 305, while exemplifying the true essence of fatherhood with Asahd alongside him every step of the way. The two took over the store for a birthday celebration ringing in Asahd’s second year, along with launching the “Jordan x Asahd” Fall collection. The celebration was a signature moment for the Khaled family, bringing in their fans for an intimate experience where a bond was able to be built with each one.

The love in the room between the Khaled’s and fans was palpable. The reactions and fun that fans worldwide experienced via social media filled the room and demonstrated that, for DJ Khaled himself, parenthood is bridging love, hard work and most importantly fun. Even more, the major key for the hitmaker is to make sure that his son has secured a successful future and knows his options are limitless.

During the celebration, DJ Khaled took the time to talk with The Source about fatherhood, the work that goes into the “Jordan x Asahd” Holiday Collection, the importance of showing children success early on and his new album, Father of Asahd.

 

“I’m just still so happy to say that my son has his name beside Jordan. I watched other kids wear the clothes, he wears it and I wear it, too. For him to have his own line — like, he just turned two years old and he has his own Jordan line!”

— DJ Khaled, father of Asahd

 

DJ Khaled and his son Asahd Khaled made a FanLuv appearance at Bayside Marketplace Miami Florida

The Source: First, Happy Belated Birthday to Asahd! He’s turning two and has already accomplished a whole lot. What sparked a thought to get him going so early with his own empire?
DJ Khaled: I’m a firm believer in securing the future and speaking things into existence. It starts with Mama Asahd or Father Asahd. I was speaking greatness when she was pregnant through the belly, saying when he was born that he continues to be great. The way I was raised is to just embrace your blessings and keep God first. That’s what we teach my son, but at the same time, as I want to make sure his future is secure and I’m going to secure it, Mama Asahd is going to secure it. When he grows up, he’s going to secure it. Whatever he decides to do in the future, we’re gonna support that. My message for the young world is this: I want the young world to know you can accomplish anything. It don’t matter what age you are, you know what I’m saying? I feel like in elementary, middle school, high school — whatever grade it is! —  I feel like we should teach our children to also be successful entrepreneurs. So, imagine in high school, not just waiting for college, but knowing you might want to be an artist. You might want to be a doctor, or you might even want to be a president. I feel like we should encourage our kids to do whatever they want to do at an early age. So when they grow up, when they touch the real world the future is already secured. It took me a lot longer to get where I’m at, but I’m gonna make sure my son gets it right away.

You’re coming out today to do these “Fan Luv” events, but more so than anything bringing your son into it. How does it feel, or more importantly what does it mean personally, to be able to still get better reception and everybody comes to see you every time?
Oh, that’s incredible man! You know, with my fans, we have a special connection and there’s no word that can explain this pure love.  As far as, these are my son’s fans though. I promoted this, you know — come to see my son’s new line! — and I’m just still so happy to say that my son has his name beside Jordan. I watched other kids wear the clothes, he wears it and I wear it, too. For him to have his own line — like, he just turned two years old and he has his own Jordan line! Right now we’re talking about the fall collection. I watched my Instagram and watch how many kids are wearing it around the world. No words can explain how happy I am. I grew up loving Michael Jordan, wearing the logo and seeing that he represents greatness. My son is right beside him to represent greatness. That’s like my only dream come true; this is inspiring. My son is literally inspiring me. He’s done more than me in two years.

 

Nicole Tuck and Asahd Khaled made a FanLuv appearance at Bayside Marketplace Miami Florida

 

How much input, from the both of you, goes into what his collections are going to look like and represent?
Asahd and Mama Asahd gets with the team, then I sit down at the end of it and they’d be like, “Yo, what you think about this?” But I want to give a lot of credit to my Mama Asahd and Asahd because they take the time to talk with the team. I’m blessed to be able to take these great words I say, especially that it’s Asahd representing my family. They put it on the clothes, like the “Bless Up” T-Shirt. You know what I mean? That’s so inspiring I think for everybody. It’s the Khaled family really working together. Even when I make music, [Asahd] does certain things when you hear sounds. Every day he goes to my sneaker closet—  every single day! —  and grabs sneakers that he wants me to wear. We let him go to his, he’ll pick one and that’s what he’s wearing for the day. Like, I’m not even joking with you — this is what he does every day. When we create by making shirts and sweatpants in the fall collection, I mean, it’s his energy that we go off.

Having a family empire, how do you balance being able to secure the future and then just ordinary, regular fatherhood?
All I care about is my family being happy. I think that’s the best success ever., and also embracing what God has blessed us with. Everything I do, every day in my life, is securing the future for my family. Now, Asahd is in position already. You know, God-willing, this Jordan line is forever. He’s secure in his own future and I’m here to support them. That’s about being a great father and a great mother and great parents. We’re raising him to be great. And when he grow up, he going to see what he’s already done and continue to do more. I wear many hats.

I make music and run businesses. I do a lot of stuff, and I’m teaching my son to do everything the same. You want to do this? Great. Do you — do it all.

I know you were speaking it on earlier, but let’s talk about the new music real quick. How does his presence alone influence the forthcoming album?
A lot with the title —  that’s why it’s called Father of Asahd [Laughs]I always tell you this: every album is my most important album, and I think that’s how I should always go into every album. That’s why I’m at 11 albums. The title got me very inspired. I just came off Grateful, one of my biggest albums, but Father of Asahd is something that I’m really taking my time and putting together. When my son is besides me growing and all this stuff, all it’s doing is inspiring [me]. I’m saying, like, today I was in the gym — I’m getting back in my gym! I’m getting back into eating more healthier, too. I’m getting back to, how can I say, being more disciplined to continue to be more great. My son is doing swim classes every day; I’m watching them swim. That’s inspiring me. I’ll take all that energy that goes into the studio and say to myself, there’s no excuses to make the biggest record. I’ve taken my time because I refused not to pull off the vision that I want to pull off. If I can’t pull it off at that moment, then I’m awake. You know what I’m saying? I’m not going for Plan B; It’s only Plan A.  Making my records like this is what I want, this how I want to do it and this is how we will win. To be honest with you, it’s just coming out incredible. Right now, I’m saying there’s going to be 11 songs on the album, so it’s going to be nice. Not too much, not too small, but 11 powerful anthems.

This is one of many appearances he’s been doing with the people in Kids Foot Locker. How important is it for you to know and see that a brand like that understands how important he is to you and to our culture?
Man, I wanna just give nothing but love for what Kids Foot Locker has done. They see how important it is to embrace the young world. This has never been done before. You know, I think it’s incredible and that’s why you see me not only supporting my son but really going hard and praising it because this is groundbreaking. I hope it opens up other doors for other young kids like Asahd. That’s why we have We the Best Foundation now. It’s a solid initiative because we get so inspired and we always give back. That’s what we do at the Khaled family. When my son grows up and they say, “Man, Asahd, he’s the guy that helped all the kids in need know.” I just want to praise God for Kids Foot Locker believing in us. For my son — he’s so young! When he turns probably around five, and he realized all of this is going on, I want for him to embrace his accomplishments.

Asahd Khaled with DJ Marley at the FanLuv appearance at Bayside Marketplace Miami Florida

 

The Asahd x Jordan Holiday Collection is available right now at Kids Foot Locker. Also, look out for DJ Khaled’s Father of Asahd album to arrive soon.

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Tiffany Haddish Talks Career, Dating, Upcoming Rap LP & More

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Tiffany Haddish is an easy star to root for, given her rags-to-riches rise to fame and the fact she seems to tell it like it is. In a new interview, Haddish talks about dating, the climb of her fame, and teasing an upcoming rap album among other goals.

Haddish sat down with the New York Times for a feature story that opens with the 38-year-old retelling details of her trip to Greece where she met a man from the country that appeared interested in her. Haddish, careful after a tough divorce, said she needs to move a little differently in the romance department.

The chat also focuses on Haddish getting a starring role in a Tyler Perry film, titled Nobody’s Fool, which the director and film producer crafted with her in mind. This goes along with Haddish starring alongside friend Kevin Hart in Night School and The Oath in what is appearing to be a stacked 2018.

The chat also goes into her memoir, The Last Black Unicorn, but skips past a moment Haddish had as a teenager when she was sexually assaulted. It is, without doubt, a painful moment to read Haddish have to recall that time period and explained that she didn’t add it in her memoir because there was no humorous way to do so.

Still, the profile was largely light-hearted as expected and the bombshell that she’s doing a rap album was just sort of slipped in there near the end.

Read the entire profile here.

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[WATCH] Ella Mai Talks ‘Boo’d Up’, Her Alleged Sex Tape And DJ Mustard On Ebro In The Morning

Songstress Ella Mai has been making noise with her smash hit single, so when she touched down in the Big Apple, she had to stop by Hot 97 and chop it up on Ebro In The Morning.

The British native’s “Boo’d Up” single took over the 2018 summer, along with her appearances on TV such as The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, Ms. Mai spoke to Old Man Ebro about the success of the song and how DJ Mustard has aided in securing her success.

Ella also discusses her sex tape with Ebro, which she “thought was funny that it was so bootlegged.”

Check out the interview in its entirety below.

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Free Smoke: Drake Finally Speaks On Pusha T & Kanye West Beef

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The diss war between Drake and Pusha T was an explosive one, and the most damaging salvo came from King Push by way of his “The Story of Adidon” track. While Drizzy reportedly had a heater on deck in response, the beef was somewhat deaded but now Drake is finally opening up about the beef with Pusha T and Kanye West.

Drake was a guest on LeBron James’ HBO interview series The Shop and the conversation naturally shifted towards the beef. In one clip shared by sports writer Tyler Conway, the 6 God breaks down how he connected with Kanye in Wyoming to work on new music but ended up getting roped into some of the Chicago producer’s randomness.

What turned heads in the clip playing above was that not only was Drake given the short end of the stick in getting some beats, but he also shared that he showed Kanye a photo of his son and the song “March 14” from Scorpion in where he cops to being a father as Pusha T exposed. Kanye has repeatedly denied putting the information out there but the whole G.O.O.D. Music camp is looking shady in the light if true.

In another clip, Drake called “The Story of Adidon” trash but did praise it as a “genius” attack and admitted that it put a chink in his armor. However, Drake found Pusha’s bars about Noah “40” Shehbib and his health especially tasteless.

“When you mention defenseless people who are sick, in the hospital, that passed away, that really sent me to a place,” Drake said. “I just believed then and I believe now that there is just a price you’ll have pay for that.” He added, “Someone’s gonna fucking punch you in the f*cking face.”

Watch the clips that have surfaced online below.

Check out HBO’s The Shop here.

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Lil Wayne Clears Up Why Drake Isn’t On ‘Tha Carter V’

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Lil Wayne‘s latest studio album, Tha Carter V, is a definite crowd pleaser even among some of the rapper’s harshest critics. But what was extremely noticeable on the Young Money honcho’s latest effort was the absence of one of his label’s biggest stars in Drake and Weezy addressed the matter.

Weezy chopped it up with the journalist OG Elliott Wilson in New Orleans for the CRWN interview series. In short, the song Drizzy was supposed to appear on simply didn’t get cleared and it probably had something to do with who was rapping over the sample and the subject matter.

“He has a song that didn’t get cleared,” Weezy said to Wilson. “The clearances, man. The clearances, man. People be trippin’ when they find out who it is and when they find out what the song’s subject is about. They don’t represent the names of something like that.”

Wilson pressed if it was truly about the subject matter to which Wayne couldn’t directly say either way.

It was also reported that Post Malone was supposed to be featured on the massive 23-track album but didn’t make it for reasons that have not been publicly specified.

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Suge Knight Claims Dr. Dre Tried To Put Hit Out On Him

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Suge Knight was last in the news for accepting a plea deal in his 2015 murder case that will keep him imprisoned for over 20 years. In his first interview since accepting the deal, the former Death Row Records mogul claims Dr. Dre attempted to have him killed.

The Blast reports:

It is Knight’s belief that the trial brought to light the circumstances that led to the two men confronting him on that fatal day at Tam’s Burgers in Compton, and he believes it all comes back to Dre.

Their ongoing beef can be traced back to the 90s, when the two hip-hop bosses stopped broke off their business relationship. Knight has claimed that he struck a deal a lifetime deal with Dre to collect 30% of the producer’s earnings, and that Dre’s $3 billion deal between Apple and Beats is subject to the terms of their agreement.

Because Knight tried to collect the money, he believes that Dre not only put a hit out on him that day at Tam’s Burgers, but also during a 2014 nightclub shooting that left him riddled with multiple gunshot wounds. He thinks Tam’s was put in place because he survived the nightclub shooting.

“They also got the paper trail with all the checks and proof of when they talked to the witnesses saying that Dre came to them first and asked the two guys how much it cost to get rid of me,” Knight says. “And they said, ‘What you mean by get rid of?’ And they said, ‘Kill him.’”

Interesting.

Also in the interview, Knight says he took the plea deal citing that he didn’t have any other choice in the matter. He is due to be sentenced later today.

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