Suge Knight warns Diddy his ‘life’s in danger’ during jailhouse call

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Music executive Suge Knight has warned his long-time hip-hop rival P Diddy that his “life’s in danger” after federal agents raided the singer’s Florida and California homes.

The clip, obtained by TMZ, was allegedly an out-take from the Death Row Records founder’s podcast Collect Call, which he hosts from a California state prison where he’s serving a 28-year sentence for voluntary manslaughter.

Knight kicked off the clip praying for Diddy’s “kids” before he blasted the singer, 54, for giving the “culture” of hip-hop a bad image.

“I’ll tell you what, Puffy: Your life is in danger ’cause you know the secrets, who’s involved in that little secret room you guys are participating in,” Knight, 58, allegedly said in the audio clip.

He then ominously warned Diddy that “they gonna get you if they can.”

Knight went on to encourage Diddy to turn himself over to authorities just as Knight did following a hit-and-run in 2015 that resulted in the death of Terry Carter.

“I turned myself in,” Knight said.

“Sometimes you got to face the music. That’s most of the time.”

He took a moment to give Diddy some “real advice” if he ends up behind bars.

“You gotta make a decision, when you go to prison. You gonna be standing up pissing or squatting, sitting down pissing,” Knight said, advising him to “take the first” option.

He then warned Diddy not to use his newest nickname, “Brother Love,” if he ends up behind bars.

“Do not do your time going by Brother Love. Brother Love is not a good code name for prison,” Knight said before ending the call.

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During the recent episode of his podcast, Knight briefly alluded to where his longstanding beef with Diddy started.

Knight explains how his friend Big Jake was killed during a party in Atlanta in 1995, which he suggests kicked off the decades of hostility between him and Diddy.

Their beef also stems from the notorious East Coast vs. West Coast rap beef of the ’90s, with Knight’s record label Death Row Records and Diddy’s label Bad Boy Records at the forefront of the feud.

Federal agents descended on Diddy’s homes in Miami and Los Angeles on Monday as they probe sex-trafficking charges against the embattled music mogul.

Videos from the raid at Combs’ $US40 million California home showed his sons Justin, 30, and Christian, 25, being questioned by police as several agents with guns swarmed the property.

His lawyers have ripped the raids as part of an overblown “witch hunt” and promised to disprove the rumours and allegations surrounding him.

Diddy, also known as Sean Combs, has been named in civil lawsuits by at least four Jane Does and one John Doe in connection to sex-trafficking allegations and a RICO case.

He has not been arrested or charged with any crimes despite the newly revealed involvement of the federal government.

However, allegations that Diddy paid women for sex work have surfaced since the raids.

This story originally appeared on Page Six and is republished here with permission.

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