Suge Knight's Daughter Arion Shares Rare Photo of Her Dad in Blue Jumpsuit & Dark Sunglasses during Jail Visit
Suge Knight’s children are doing their best to keep up with the incarcerated music executive. Arion Knight recently visited her dad in prison and shared an update on his wellbeing with a rare photo.
A lot has changed since Suge was sentenced to prison last year, but the love his children have for him remains constant. That much was apparent with Arion’s recent social media post.
The young lady visited her father and posed for a picture against the “Happy Holidays” backdrop in jail. A timestamp on the snapshot claims it was taken on December 15.
“It’s like, I want to inspire those kids. I measure my success by how I inspire people.”
The snapshot is the most recent of Suge that has emerged in recent times and offers a hint on how he’s faring in jail. The former Death Row Records CEO wore a blue jumpsuit and dark sunglasses.
Suge, 54, sported his signature close shave and beards while huddling close with Arion, who wore a black sweatsuit and held back her hair with sunglasses. There was a slight smile on her face.
“#update,” Arion announced in the caption before adding: “he’s good still.” Fans in the comment section had beautiful things to say about the daddy-daughter picture as many sent their good wishes to Suge.
Per HotNewHipHop, Suge is currently enmeshed in an existing feud between Nick Cannon and rapper Eminem. Still, Arion is choosing to focus on the positives and project the humane side of her dad.
Arion’s brother, Jacob Knight, has also been doing his best to honor the former record producer. Back in July, the young man announced plans to pay tribute to his dad with his unborn daughter’s name.
“I have a daughter on the way, so I’m thinking Baby Knight,” Jacob said on "Access Live," where he previously crossed Suge the Third and Suge Baby off the suggestions list.
Jacob had been on the show to promote his new reality series and said at the time that it was an avenue to make Suge proud and inspire other children with parents in prison.
“I want to be like a role model for those kids that have like a parent in jail. Those kids who I went to Crenshaw with because I’m a Crenshaw High School alumni. I just want to be a role model to my brothers and sisters… It’s like, I want to inspire those kids. I measure my success by how I inspire people.”
Suge was sentenced to 28 years in prison in September 2018 after pleading no contest to voluntary manslaughter in a fatal 2015 hit-and-run.
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