Suge Knight wants to keep the cash coming in while he's behind bars and he's reportedly enlisted Ray J to help him.
Monday (Oct. 21), TMZ reported that Suge has officially signed over his life rights to Ray, with the expectations that the singer/reality star will make some lucrative deals for him on the outside. This includes but isn't limited to film projects, TV shows, books and more.
According to the report, a documentary about Suge and Death Row Records is already in the works, as well as a Tupac album. There are even talks of reviving Death Row, but apparently it would take more investors—something Suge is hoping Ray can look into more and potentially secure eventually. Death Row Records is now owned by Hasbro.
Suge was sentenced to 28 years behind bars last October after pleading no contest to a charge of voluntary manslaughter for a January of 2015 incident in which he struck and killed 55-year-old Terry Carter and injured Cle "Bones" Sloan in a hit-and-run. He could be released in a little more than 10 years due to credit for time served and prison overcrowding.