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Former rap mogul ‘Suge’ Knight bags 28-year jail term

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Former rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight was due in court on Thursday to formally receive a 28-year prison sentence for his manslaughter conviction in the fatal 2015 hit-and-run killing of a man he ran down with his pickup truck.

Knight, 53, is known as much for run-ins with the law as for his career as a hip-hop executive during which he promoted the likes of Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and Tupac Shakur in the 1990s.

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He pleaded no contest on Sept. 20 to a charge of manslaughter for a hit-and-run killing. He admitted using a “deadly and dangerous weapon” on Jan. 29, 2015 when he ran down two men with his pickup truck outside a hamburger stand in the Los Angeles suburb of Compton, following a heated argument on the set of a commercial for the film “Straight Outta Compton.”



One of the victims, 55-year-old Terry Carter, later died of his injuries. The second man, Cle “Bone” Sloan, was left with a badly mangled left foot and head injuries.

Knight, who was out on bail in a robbery case at the time, fled the scene but was later arrested.

Had Knight been convicted of murder and attempted murder as originally charged, he would have faced a mandatory sentence of 25 years to life in prison.

As part of the agreement to plead no contest to a single count of voluntary manslaughter, all other charges in the case were dropped. Two separate criminal cases in which he was charged with robbery and making criminal threats will also be dismissed when he is formally sentenced on Thursday, prosecutors said.

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Alicia Keys surprises husband with 2019 Aston Martin for his 40th birthday (See Photo )

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The singer presented the gift in a ceremonious way, blind-folding her husband before leading him to his present, which was not a special meal at a “ninja restaurant” as he was made to believe. Alicia Keys made sure nobody blew the surprise.



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Selena hospitalised after news of Justin Bieber’s wedding

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A new report says that Selena Gomez was caught “off guard” by news of ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber’s potential secret wedding to Hailey Baldwin, which had a “deep impact” on the singer.

Just days after TMZ reported Selena Gomez was in mental health facility after being hospitalised for an “emotional breakdown”, PEOPLE say she has been “hit hard” by news of Justin’s relationship moving so fast.



“Selena can be a delicate flower, especially because she has had constant medical struggles”, the source began. “But Justin’s engagement and quick marriage threw her off guard and hit her hard. She and Justin have been on and off for years, although they were so young when it all began.

“Justin was her first big love, and she isn’t over him.”

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Justin and Selena Gomez’s on/off relationship started way back in December 2010, and the pair were rumoured to be rekindling things early this year – just months before he announced his engagement to Hailey Baldwin.

Though neither Justin or Hailey have confirmed news of their secret wedding, it’s thought the pair got married in secret in September 2018 – though they are planning a bigger ceremony with family and friends next year.

Whether or not these source quotes about Selena are accurate, she wouldn’t be the first person to be some kind of way about their ex moving on.

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