Suge Knight Drops Lawsuit Against Chris Brown for 2014 Shooting
According to a report from TMZ, Knight was threatened to drop the lawsuit after Breezy's team of lawyers from the law firm of Geragos & Geragos sent Suge and his legal team a letter. The letter reportedly stated Suge would not win the case and when it was thrown out, Brown would fire back with a "malicious" prosecution lawsuit.
Suge had sued the R&B singer in 2016 after a shooting at the 1 OAK nightclub in Hollywood. The Death Row Records co-founder was shot seven times at the venue while Brown was performing. Suge argued that security at the club was lacking, allowing him to be shot.
Brown is gearing up for the release of his next album, Heartbreak on a Full Moon. The project is set to release next week and will feature 45 songs. Earlier this week, Breezy revealed he has hundreds of unreleased tracks saved on his phone.
During an interview with Hot 97, the singer said, "Right now, it's been better because I built a studio in my house. So, I never have leave. But for me, on my phone right now, I have 800 songs that nobody's heard."
The "High End" artist went on to say, "Not bragging but my work ethic only allows me to stay creative. I love music in itself so me being able to create at an abundant rate, for me I just think it's a blessing."
Heartbreak on a Full Moon will be available on Nov. 3.
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