June 24, 2020
Suge Knight's son, Suge Jacob Knight, celebrated Father's Day with his wife and baby daughter and shared a cute video from their picnic with his fans on Instagram.
Suge Knight's son, Jacob Knight celebrated Father's Day in a great way as he enjoyed a picnic with his beautiful wife and baby daughter.
In the video, the cute family enjoyed some snacks and drinks, with Jacob's baby daughter looking excited in the company of her mom and dad, while Knight could be seen raising his fist in solidarity, said:
"Happy Father's Day to all the real fathers out there."
Jacob Knight and his wife welcomed their baby daughter on November 6, 2019, making the former's father a new grandfather even while he remains in prison.
Jacob, who stars in the VH1 reality series, "Love and Listings," during an interview before his daughter's birth, revealed that he was thinking of naming her Baby Knight, as an honor to his imprisoned dad.
Suge Knight was sentenced to 28 years imprisonment after he pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter.
Jacob is one of Suge Knight's five kids and came into the limelight when he made a social media post claiming that late rapper Tupac Shakur was alive and well, and also residing in Malaysia. He also attributed the late rapper's disappearance to the Illuminati.
In an interview, Jacob said that his post about Tupac significantly increased his number of followers, and said that anyone who wanted to find out why he made the revelation should watch his show, "Love & Listings."
Jacob Knight attended Crenshaw High School and also went to Fisk University, where he studied Java Script. He looks to have taken after his father's reputation as a top executive and owns "Over Knight Entertainment," as well as being a real estate executive.
Jacob's father, Suge Knight, was sentenced to 28 years imprisonment after he pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter for running over and killing Terry Carter, a businessman from Compton.
The former rap mogul and founder of "Death Row Records" was responsible for the career rise of Tupac, Snoop Dogg, and Dr. Dre.
Speaking about the effect his father's arrest and subsequent incarceration had on him, Jacob Knight said that his whole world changed afterwards, adding that the senior Knight was keeping his head up while in jail.
Jacob, however, said that he was determined to keep his family intact and was going into real estate, adding that he wasn't going to come out the way people expected him by going into entertainment, but was going to be his own man.