The mighty Death Row Records founder, Suge Knight, has had quite the fall from grace over the past few years. The fall hit a new low last night as the former rap mogul got to see his stuff sold off to the little people on the series premiere of the new A&E show Storage Wars.
The show which features the little known industry of folks buying up the contents of storage lockers that have gone into default showed off an auction of Suge Knight’s stuff. The Death Row Records founder, who was largely responsible for starting the careers of Tupac Shakur, Dr Dre, and Snoop Dogg, has had a decade of decline following his incarceration in 1997 and a talent exodus from his once high profile label. In 2006, Suge Knight filed for bankruptcy and has spent the last few years watching his once immense estate be liquidated off to creditors. The Storage Wars auction was just the latest sell off of the former mogul’s stuff.
Maybe the mother of his four-year-old son who sued him for child support earlier this year will get a cut of the sale’s proceeds!