The obscene hip-hop tales that Suge Knight has been disseminating on his new podcast, Collect Call, have not pleased Snoop Dogg.
The most recent episode of Knight’s podcast, The Fight, is fueling rumors that prominent black entertainers, including Russell Simmons, Andre Harrell, Sean “Diddy” Combs, and others, are involved in scandalous sexual behavior.
Snoop felt compelled to weigh in on the trending topic after seeing a VLAD TV post that shared an article regarding Knight’s accusations on his Instagram timeline.
The West Coast rap legend wrote “Smh, I’m praying that brother finds peace,” as he commented on the post.
When Snoop signed with Death Row Records, which released his debut album, Doggystyle in 1993, got him and Knight together. His tenure on the roster, which featured East Coast and West Coast rivals Tupac Shakur and label co-founder Dr. Dre, was brief because he departed in 1997 after Tupac passed away.
The 16-time Grammy nominee bought the label in 2023; on his podcast, Knight criticized this decision.
However, on the latest podcast episode, Suge Knight took it personally in his attacks on the rapper.
Suge Knight said, “Snoop Dogg, you pray for me!”
The former Death Row Records top exec went on to take a dig at Snoop’s wife of 27 years.
“Okay, I’ll pray your wife stops going to Hawaii with other men!!!!”