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A judge reportedly knocked 15 years off of Marion “Suge” Knight’s 28-year prison sentence, meaning he will be home soon with time already served.

In 2018 the former rap mogul and founder of Death Row Records was sentenced to 28 years in prison for a fatal hit-and-run on the set of the movie Straight Outta Compton on January 29, 2015.

With time already served, Suge, 57, may be released from prison in 5 years or less.

A Bloods affiliate of Suge’s named D-Dogg called into a podcast to warn his enemies that Suge will be out soon.

“I just got off the phone with [Suge’s attorney] David Kenner,” D-Dogg said. “He got 10-15 years knocked off that 28-year sentence. So all you b*tch a*s ni**as that’s been running y’all mouth, keep running your mouth. He’ll be out soon. So keep that same energy!”

D-Dogg said Suge plans to produce a podcast and “the real Death Row movie” when he’s released. “He gonna expose all these ni**as that’s running their mouths… All these ni**as that he helped get to where they’re at in their careers and these ni**as sh*tted on him.”

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D-Dogg named Death Row Records co-founder Dr. Dre (left) and rapper Snoop Dogg (right) as ingrates who owe their careers to Suge.

D-Dogg said Suge paid Snoop’s legal fees when he caught a murder case. He added that Snoop “didn’t have two wooden nickels to rub together.”

The report that Suge may be home soon is enough to strike fear in the hearts of his enemies. Suge is a reputed Bloods gang member with a history of violence that includes numerous assaults and convictions dating back to 1995.

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Death Row artist Tupac Shakur was shot multiple times after leaving a Mike Tyson boxing match with Suge in Las Vegas in Sept. 1996. Tupac died in a Vegas hospital on Sept. 13, 1996 at age 25.

Tupac’s alleged killer, Orlando Anderson, a Southside Compton Crips gang member, died in a gang shootout two years later. Sources say Suge put out a hit on Anderson to avenge Tupac’s murder.

In August 2017, a grand jury indicted Suge for sending threatening text messages to F. Gary Gray, the director of Straight Outta Compton. The charges were later dropped.

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