Fake News - RIP - Suge Knight Dead After VMA After Party Shooting
Aug 25, 2014
The article: "RIP: Suge Knight Dead After VMA After Party Shooting!" published on fake or news satirical website www.newsbuzzdaily.com, is NOT true. Suge Knight was shot six times at a pre-VMA party hosted by Chris Brown, at the 1OAK nightclub in West Hollywood. He was rushed to hospital where he underwent emergency surgery. As of this writing, he is now out of surgery and resting in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at a West Hollywood hospital.
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The Fake News: Suge Knight Dead After VMA After Party Shooting!
RIP: Suge Knight Dead After VMA After Party Shooting!
West Hollywood, CA- Suge Knight was gunned down around 1:30 AM this morning at 10AK nightclub during a VMA after party hosted by Chris Brown. He was shot twice in the stomach and arm. After being shot, he was rushed to the hospital via ambulance where he entered surgery. Knight died on the the operating table from internal bleeding. An autopsy will be performed tomorrow to confirm reason for death.
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