Ray J Buys Life Rights From Suge Knight for Possible Documentary, New Death Row Music & More
A documentary about Knight's life is among a multitude of projects that Ray J and Wintraub are looking to produce. The primary focus of Ray J and Weintraub's efforts is the documentary, however, they are also exploring the possibility of shooting a scripted series about Knight and the founding of Death Row Records. Weintraub tells ET that a number of major film studios, independent financiers and documentarians have reached out to work with him and Ray J on this venture. On Monday, however, Knight spoke with The Blastfrom prison, and clarified that "Ray J is the little brother and family," but the incarcerated mogul claimed that he's only chosen Ray J to run the operations of the record label. Meanwhile, Knight said his life rights -- and power of attorney regarding his medical needs -- rests with his fiancee, Toi-Lin Kelly.
How Jacob Knight's New Show 'Love & Listings' Humanizes His Father Suge Knight
Jacob Knight, the son of Death Row Records founder Suge Knight, intends to shine a light on another side of his father with his new VH1 show, Love & Listings. "The show humanizes him," Jacob says of the show in regard to his father. Love & Listings follows Jacob as he works to get his real estate license and climb the ladder in L.A.'s luxury real estate industry. ...I mean, my name is Suge Knight. Jacob explains that he's motivated to re-establish the Knight name, while also making his dad proud from afar.