Suge Knight was once considered one of the scariest individuals in the hip-hop community. Over the years, there have been many stories regarding Suge Knight’s reputation in the industry, from rumors of his involvement in the deaths of Tupac and Biggie to when he allegedly hung Vanilla Ice on a balcony.

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Former G-Unit rapper Bang ‘Em Smurf recently detailed the moment Suge made an appearance on 50 Cent’s “In Da Club” set without an official announcement. Smurf explained that he received a call from Sha Money XL who told him that Suge was around. Although he admitted that he was partially excited to meet the Suge, he quickly shrugged it off. Due to friction between the sides, Smurf said he was willing to “blow his head off” because he could have argued it was self-defense, based solely on Suge’s reputation.

“Because I already knew that if I blew Suge’s head off, I’m playing like I was scared for my life, because remember Suge already had that image, so I knew that if I killed him , I would have done like five years. It’s nothing and I would have played like I was scared for my life. That Suge Knight. “, he explained, revealing that he had picked up a 2 x 4 before being told to drop it. He finally said “What’s going on?” to Suge to let him know that he was not uncomfortable with his presence.

“He puffed on a cigar and stuff, took three puffs, blew this shit in the air, dropped the cigar on the floor and then stepped on it,” he added. “After that, these little Mexican dudes were scared. They see all these New York jerks as what’s going on. They see all these New York jerks as what’s going on.”

Smurf explained that Eminem eventually came out wearing a bulletproof vest in anticipation of a confrontation with Suge, even though Fif or Dre “weren’t out.”

“Eminem came back with the vest. Eminem was out with them. Dre wasn’t out. 50 wasn’t out, but Eminem was out. Guess they had to protect their breadwinner. Eminem put on his vest and ran outside with Shout out to Eminem,” he said.