Former Death Row Records artist Daz Dillinger, Bun B, 40 Glocc and more have come forward with their reactions to Marion “Suge” Knight likely doing 30 years in prison over a fatal hit-and-run murder.

Over the past few hours, the hip-hop artists have revealed their feelings about Knight’s legal nightmare.

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Man… #Repost @young_noble ・・・ Damn so they gave Big Suge 28 years man its crazy an unfortunate how his life turned out! I don't wish death or prison on anybody im sending prayers out to everyone involved in that situation where Terry Carter lost his life…I remember being around Deathrow with all the nonsense that was goin on it was still a dream come true for us …Seeing young black rich niggaz with the world in they hands was pure inspiration….the drama was normal in our lives back then anyway so it wasn't nuthin new or unfamiliar…Lots of people talk bad about Suge for they own personal reasons for some things he did but I also remember him helping lots & lots of people an helping feed alot of peoples families! If you like him or not you can't take away the fact he had 1 of the most successful rap labels in hip-hop history an I thank God for all that classic music Deathrow contributed to the game…Although shit got fucked up an alot of people died in the process it was still a honor to be apart of that Death row movement back then it was some historical but tragic times! All you young brothers coming from the streets tryna get in this rap game an be successful look at this story an learn from it an don't make the same mistakes leave that bullshit in the streets an don't let the bullshit bring you back down to the gutta where we all tryna climb up out of….We always 1 bad decisions from the grave or a jail cell…

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Damn so they gave Big Suge 28 years man its crazy an unfortunate how his life turned out! I don't wish death or prison on anybody im sending prayers out to everyone involved in that situation where Terry Carter lost his life…I remember being around Deathrow with all the nonsense that was goin on it was still a dream come true for us …Seeing young black rich niggaz with the world in they hands was pure inspiration….the drama was normal in our lives back then anyway so it wasn't nuthin new or unfamiliar…Lots of people talk bad about Suge for they own personal reasons for some things he did but I also remember him helping lots & lots of people an helping feed alot of peoples families! If you like him or not you can't take away the fact he had 1 of the most successful rap labels in hip-hop history an I thank God for all that classic music Deathrow contributed to the game…Although shit got fucked up an alot of people died in the process it was still a honor to be apart of that Death row movement back then it was some historical but tragic times! All you young brothers coming from the streets tryna get in this rap game an be successful look at this story an learn from it an don't make the same mistakes leave that bullshit in the streets an don't let the bullshit bring you back down to the gutta where we all tryna climb up out of….We always 1 bad decisions from the grave or a jail cell…

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Suge’s son Suge J. Knight has also addressed his dad’s situation.

“I just don’t want to give up right now. With all those health issues, I’m very worried about my father because he’s a strong dude but he’s human. The more he’s in there, it’s stress that’s causing his health to be f*cked up, or messed up, excuse my language. It’s set up for him not to make it out. And that’s just the sad part.” (TMZ)

Yesterday, Knight appeared in court to cop a plea in his publicized case.

Former rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight pleaded no contest Thursday to manslaughter in connection with the death of a man during a hit-and-run incident after a confrontation on the set of the movie biopic “Straight Outta Compton.” Knight, 53, is scheduled to be sentenced October 4 and in exchange for his plea, prosecutors are calling for a sentence of 28 years in prison. (CNN)

On Wednesday, Suge’s legal muscle reportedly reached out about making a deal.

Knight’s attorney, Al DeBlanc, first contacted the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office about a possible plea deal Wednesday, according to Lillian Carter, the victim’s wife. Negotiations stretched into early Thursday afternoon, with Knight at one point fighting against the idea of having to take the plea in the presence of media lining the courtroom, according to a source familiar with the negotiations. The source requested anonymity to discuss the case candidly. (Los Angeles Times)