G-Unit’s DJ Whoo Kid recently revealed how Suge Knight set him up to get poked for putting an unreleased 2Pac verse onto 50 Cent’s track “The Realest Killaz”. Apparently, Suge set up a fake DJ’ing gig at a Los Angeles club so he could get the 34th street gang to put hands on the DJ.
Check out some exerps from DJ Whoo Kid’s interview with Thisis50.com:
“Suge Knight took it upon himself to ‘find me’ that day — the promoter got tricked, too. The promoter gave me the five G’s and once I got to the stage, of course, at the time ‘In Da Club’ was the biggest record, so of course the first record I played was ‘In Da Club.’ So as soon as I played ‘In Da Club,’ the whole club turned and looked at me…[then] the promoter came up to me and was like, ‘We gotta get you out of here — Suge Knight’s in the front.
“We’re trying to call the cops so he don’t come in, but he wants to come in’ [Then] we started running out the back, I’m jumping in the van, and then for some reason – I don’t know where, but [affiliate] C-Lo got the dirtiest looking gun I ever seen in my life, so I’m looking up and I see the 34th Street Gang running up to us with knives, so I’m like, ‘Holy sh*t, I’m about to get stabbed for some 50 sh*t!’ I’m like, ‘Yo, get the gun!’ By the time [C-Lo] grabs it…the police come — [C-Lo] throws the gun all the way to the back of the van. The cops grab the 34th Street Gang, and we peel off.”
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Wow, he said Sha Money XL fainted!!! Suge was a scary dude back in the day. I think I would have fainted, too!!!