Suge Knight and Michel'le Have a Rarely-Seen Grown Daughter Who Is a Carbon Copy of Mom
Suge Knight and Michel'le's daughter is all grown up, and now that she's a teenager, she is looking more and more like her mom. While the relationship between the two have long faltered, they continue to celebrate the blessing that is their daughter.
In Michel'le's biopic entitled "Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Me," she recalled how crazy her life was while juggling her career and her two exes, Dr. Dre and Suge Knight. However, amid all the chaos and trouble in their lives, she is grateful for one big blessing that she received, and that is her beautiful daughter who is now a teenager.
Prior to Suge Knight's crazy hit-and-run incident in 2015, he was once a family guy who valued the time he spent with his grown daughter, Balei. Now, Balei is a beautiful teenager who is looking more and more like her mother as the years go by.
Both Suge and Michel'le have made sure to keep their daughter out of the public eye, especially with how controversial their lives are. Although all their secrets and issues have been publicized by the media, they chose to keep their daughter's life as private as possible to protect her from potential predators.
Balei is practically hip-hop royalty, and music definitely runs in her veins. It won't be long until she is belting out her own tunes just like her parents, and for sure, her talent is just as beautiful as theirs.
Suge Knight's 2015 Incident
While Michel'le is clearly close to her daughter, Suge will have to live with the fact that he won't be spending a lot of time with his daughter until she grows old. That is because due to an incident that happened in 2015, he faces 28 long years in prison after pleading no contest to voluntary manslaughter in connection to a hit-and-run incident.
The rap mogul was supposed to face life in prison after running over two people with his pick-up truck, but with his plea, he was sentenced to 28 years in prison instead. This new agreement dismissed other criminal cases against him, including robbery and criminal threats. His 28-year sentence covers 22 years for voluntary manslaughter and six years for his repeated violations under the US' "three-strikes" law.