Suge Knight Denies Involvement In Vibe Incident

Suge Knight has dismissed

allegations that he was involved in a melee during the 2nd Annual Vibe Awards,

which took place in a hangar at the Santa Monica Airport in Santa Monica, California.

A fight broke out

near the stage as Snoop Dogg and Quincy Jones were set to honor Dr. Dre with

Vibe’s Legend Award.

Reports suggested

a man affiliated with Knight punched Dr. Dre, a claim Knight denied.

“When I do

something wrong blame me for it,” Knight told the BBC after the incident.

“One thing about me, if I do something wrong, I claim it. No matter what

it is. Even when I went to prison. I’m not embarrassed about being in

prison for 5 years. I did 5 years, I did my time, I made myself better. I’m

not no snitch, I’m not no rat, I’m not the kind of guy who just

wants to start stuff.”

In resulting fracas

between Dr. Dre’s security and the assailant, a 26-year-old man was stabbed.

Reports said the wounded man is in stable condition.

Streaming video

has hit the internet showing a chaotic scene, chairs being thrown, people chasing

each other and one man being restrained.

In reality, the

show was halted for about 5 minutes and continued. Dr. Dre accepted his award

and told the crowd he wouldn’t let the chaos stop him.

Police are looking

for the perpetrator of the stabbing, but have made no arrests.

The awards show

is set to air on UPN on Tuesday (Nov. 16) at 8 p.m.

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