Suge Knight Needs to Give Up
Uncle Luke, the man whose
booty-shaking madness once made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free
speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for New Times. This week, Luke takes on Marion "Suge"
Knight's $1 million lawsuit against Kanye West and South Beach's Shore Club,
which was recently moved from Los Angeles to Miami.
the Shore Club a favor and try the case for them right here in this column.
They can send a check to Uncle Luke's Support Single Moms Foundation.
for a celebrity-filled party at the Shore Club that Kanye hosted. Jessica Alba,
Eddie Murphy, the Black Eyed Peas, and Paris Hilton were all there. Somebody
shot Suge in the leg. No one has been arrested.
Shore Club owners should have beefed up security because they were aware his
presence could produce a "dangerous environment." He cited the well-known feuds
between East and West Coast rappers that ended in violence. Suge would know,
since Tupac Shakur was shot and killed in 1996 riding in Suge's car.
lawsuit against Kanye and the hotel claims the "defendants knew that it was
critical to screen guests, employees, and others entering the party premises
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