Suge Knight Says Diddy’s Downfall Is “Nothing To Cheer About”

Tiffany Brockworth |

Former Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight appeared in the new Tubi documentary TMZ Presents: The Downfall of Diddy, but even though Diddy was once a major opp, he says he is not celebrating the disgraced mogul’s fall from grace.

“My first reaction, it’s not the reaction I thought I would have when it came to Puffy. I thought it’d be a reaction like he got what he got coming ‘cause everybody knows what’s been going on. My reaction was actually different because the first thing that came to my mind was: he has his sons, he has his daughters. My reaction was first about the kids. The thing is, I feel it’s a bad day for Hip Hop. It’s a bad day for the culture because it makes us all look bad,” he said.

Diddy is still fighting several lawsuits, accusing him of sexual assault and even a gang r-pe. Diddy has denied all allegations but his reputation has taken a big hit and folks believe his image will never be the same again.

“I’m not the type of guy to cheer for other people’s downfall,” he added. “If somebody got killed or something happens to them, then I’m not going to pop champagne bottles. If I have a problem with Puffy, that’s for he and I to sit down in a room and resolve it,” Suge added.

“So for the tragedy on both sides, to the victims, to him, that’s definitely nothing to cheer about.”

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