Contrary to news trickling in that Former rap mogul, founder, CEO of Black Kapital Records and co-founder and former CEO of Death Row Records Marion “Suge” Knight could soon be out of custody should his good friend Floyd Mayweather Jr. come out victorious on Saturday in his history-making match against Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas, TMZ reports that a key member of Floyd’s Money Team has stated that Mayweather will not be posting his $10 million bail if he wins his fight this weekend.
According to the member of the team Suge’s lawyer was just plain wrong when he told media outlets there was a plan in place for Floyd to fork over the money.
Floyd and Suge were close in the past reliable information reveals the two haven’t been in contact in several years.
Suge is currently locked up in L.A. on murder charges — and his attorney Matthew Fletcher reportedly said Knight was counting on Floyd to cover his bail.
Knight has been making headlines recently for allegedly running over two men with his pick-up truck during a dispute on a movie set in Compton. The hit-and-run killed his friend Terry Carter, 55