Suge Knight Vegas Brawl Explained, “The Fight Started After He Asked [If] Suge Killed Tupac”

Suge Knight Vegas Brawl Explained, “The Fight Started After He Asked [If] Suge Killed Tupac”

Former Death Row Records owner Marion “Suge” Knight‘s publicized Las Vegas casino fight last weekend was reportedly sparked over the rap mogul being asked if he was responsible for the late Tupac Shakur‘s 1996 fatal shooting.

According to reports, the man Knight fought also wants a rematch.

The guy Suge Knight chased down on a casino floor in Vegas last Saturday — fists FLYING — tells TMZ, the Suge showdown wasn’t a fair fight … and now he wants a rematch. Tobias Bell from South Central L.A. — who friends call T.B. — tells us, the fight started after he asked Suge whether he killed Tupac … and Suge flipped out. But according to T.B., he was completely caught off-guard by the sudden outburst — and now he wants to settle the score … for good. T.B. tells us, he’ll take Suge anytime anywhere — “Staples Center, L.A. Live, wherever” — and this time … he’ll be ready. (TMZ)

Details of last weekend’s fight emerged online mid-week.

It all went down on the casino floor at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas early Saturday morning. Suge can be seen throwing haymaker after haymaker … but it doesn’t look like he landed a single punch. According to an eyewitness … Suge flew off the handle when the little man approached him with a challenge … saying, “I can take you.” Eventually, the whole thing was broken up — and cops were spotted at the hotel soon after. We’re told Suge was not arrested over the incident. A rep for Aria tells us, “Due to guest privacy policies, I am unable to confirm information about guest activities in our hotel.” (TMZ)

While hotel officials have refused to address the situation, footage of what went down has since emerged online.

It all went down on the casino floor at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas early Saturday morning. Suge can be seen throwing haymaker after haymaker … but it doesn’t look like he landed a single punch. According to an eyewitness … Suge flew off the handle when the little man approached him with a challenge … saying, “I can take you.” Eventually, the whole thing was broken up — and cops were spotted at the hotel soon after. We’re told Suge was not arrested over the incident. (The Boom Box)

Last December, fake footage of Knight being arrested for Pac’s death landed online.

A video circulating on YouTube begins with footage from an Fox 11 News Los Angeles evening news broadcast. The TV anchor is well known to LA residents as evening news anchor. In the video, aninterview is conducted about an “October” documentary regarding thedeath of Tupac Shakur. Then, suddenly the video cuts to KTLA’s Morning News. If you look, you can even see the time stamp on the broadcast as shortly after 8 am PST. That KTLA news clip shows Knight being arrested. But the viewer is not told that the arrest is for a different matter unrelated to Shakur. The video is a fake. Knight has not been arrested for the murder of Tupac. (LA Late)

Check out footage of Suge Knight’s fight down below:



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