A famous American hip-hop boss has made a deal with the judiciary for the intentional arrival of two men. One of the victims did not survive. Marion ‘Suge’ Knight has agreed to a prison sentence of 28 years.

The incident took place in January of 2015. Just before that, Knight had an argument on the set of a commercial for the film Straight Outta Compton. He then followed filmmaker Cle Sloan to a civilian tent, and drove him and hip-hop entrepreneur Terry Carter. Sloan shattered his foot, Carter died on the spot.


The prosecutor initially demanded life without a chance of early release. The lawsuit lasted more than three years, because Knight regularly registered in a hospital and fired more than ten lawyers.

The judge pronounces on 4 October.