Suge Knight is ready to speak out about the recent lawsuit allegations made by Cassie against Diddy on his new podcast, Collect Calls With Suge Knight. With a history dating back to the mid-’90s during the East Coast/West Coast rap wars, the former Death Row Records mastermind’s perspective will undoubtedly bring some insight into the ongoing feud.
Shortly after Cassie’s 35-page lawsuit against Diddy, it has been reported that Suge Knight is ready to speak out about the recent lawsuit allegations.
In the lawsuit, it was mentioned that Diddy once grabbed a bunch of guns to confront Knight. Knight plans to address this situation on his podcast, Collect Calls With Suge Knight.
Knight’s podcast has become a platform where he tackles various controversial topics, and now he is focusing on the Cassie/Diddy situation.
According to TMZ, the Diddy episode will be recorded after Knight drops his Keefe D episode on Thanksgiving Day. With these back-to-back episodes, Knight is determined to shed light on the allegations and provide his perspective.
Cassie’s lawsuit against Diddy claims that one night, while they were at home, one of Diddy’s security staff burst into the room to inform him that Suge Knight had been spotted at Mel’s Drive-In Diner.
Allegedly, Diddy immediately got dressed, retrieved multiple firearms from a safe, and ran out to confront Suge. This incident has further fueled the ongoing tension between the two rap moguls.
The history between Suge Knight and Diddy goes back to the mid-’90s, during the East Coast/West Coast rap wars.
These conflicts resulted in the tragic deaths of Tupac Shakur and Biggie. With this history in mind, Suge Knight’s perspective on the Cassie/Diddy feud carries significant weight and may help provide a deeper understanding of the situation.
In relation to the lawsuit, Cassie, real name Casandra Ventura, alleged the Bad Boy artist of physical and sexual abuse throughout their decade-long relationship.
The lawsuit, documented in a 35-page legal filing, detailed the alleged mistreatment Cassie endured. However, on Friday, Nov. 17, just nearly 24 hours after the public release of the legal document, Diddy and Cassie settled, leaving the civil lawsuit to end.
Prior to the news, in Oct. 2023, Suge Knight teamed up with media company Breakbeat Media and its CEO to launch his podcast, Collect Calls with Suge Knight. Knight has plans to address other long-standing beef in this groundbreaking series with industry figures such as Akon, Master P, Snoop Dogg, and more.
In connection to legal woes and taboo topics, after a March 2023 interview with VLAD TV, Duane Keith “Keefe D” Davis had faced imminent charges in connection to Tupac’s 1996 Las Vegas shooting. It appeared Keefe admitted to assisting in shooting the late rapper.