Suge Knight has tapped Nick Cannon to write the book about the rise and fall of his career and Death Row Records.
Knight revealed that he signed over his life rights to Ray J yesterday and today he is revealing that he is going to be immortalized in writing via Nick Cannon. Read on to get more on Suge Knight Nick Cannon…
CelebNMusic247.com reports that Suge shared the big news Monday during a phone call from his state prison in San Diego that Nick’s plan to author the story of his life.
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Suge says he considers him one of the most respected people in Hollywood, and that’s why he’s trusting Nick with the monumental biography task.
Nick will be joining Ray J in helping Suge cash in on his legacy, according to TMZ who reports that the former Death Row Records boss signed over his life rights to Ray J, giving Ray the green light to use his likeness in movies, music, publications and all types of media.
Suge clarified that Ray J won’t be the only one calling the shots, saying his fiancee Toi-Linn Kelly has his power of attorney. However, we’ve seen the contract with Ray, and it gives him creative control.
Nick’s joining Ray J in helping Suge cash in on his legacy, as we told you early Monday morning.
Suge sounds confident he’ll be out of prison sooner than later. he struck a 28-year plea deal in his murder case last year, but due to prison overcrowding and getting credit for time served … he could be released in little over a decade.