Don’t know if it’s got anything to do with the fact that [his and the rap industry’s arch nemesis Suge Knight is over there in jail nearly sightless and limited];
…but he sure as heavens is in rare form over the past 24 hours-happy as a lark!
Thus far, he’s kicking down about 10 videos in an inspiration/motivation rip roaring frenzy-feeling GOOD y’all!
Shhh. *index finger to mouth*
Since, as a spiritual principle, no matter what we feel about a person or what they did to us (or by observation) is something we can’t sick Karma on them for (or say their demise is the result of), we’ll just say that Knight is having the kind of time of his life he probably never saw coming: ironically locked up for things that in the past he seemed to make off as cool as a fan and like a bandit with.
Although not in jail on death row himself, suddenly, the Death Row CEO’s walls are crumbling down such that it sure must feel like it.
Former rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight told a judge that he is nearly blind and suffering from other health complications moments before he was taken to a hospital Monday morning.
It was his third trip to the hospital from a courthouse since he was charged with murder in early February.
Knight also told Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James Brandlin that he had fired attorneys handling his murder case and was receiving inadequate medical treatment while in custody.
The Death Row Records co-founder said he was blind in one eye and had only about 15% vision in his other eye during a brief court appearance on Monday.
The hearing was scheduled to determine if two pending criminal cases against him should be moved to the downtown Los Angeles courthouse.
Knight said he was having difficulty comprehending the proceedings and told the judge he had been shot six times last year and had a blood clot in his lungs and other complications. He also said he had lost 35 pounds as a result of his injuries.
Brandlin transferred Knight’s case to another judge, and he was taken for medical care before his case could be called in Judge Ronald Coen’s courtroom. Coen said before calling the case that Knight had been taken to a hospital, but he did not elaborate.
Attorney David Kenner, who has represented Knight since the case was filed, told Coen that his client has been jailed too long and a hearing to set bail should be convened as soon as possible. Coen ordered another hearing for Knight on March 9, although a bail hearing may not occur until March 20.
Knight said he had fired Kenner and his law partner, telling Brandlin, “I fired these lawyers.”
Knight repeatedly tried to speak during the hearing in Brandlin’s courtroom, but the judge admonished him not to interrupt. Knight sat down and muttered an expletive while Brandlin quickly concluded the proceedings. Knight wore orange jail attire and glasses during the hearing, and he spoke while flanked by (cont’d)