Twitter Manages To Find the Humor In Suge Knight to 28 Years in Prison
The former Death row CEO stated to a charge of involuntary manslaughter and admitted that he used his truck as a deadly weapon.
Twitter – Suge Knight was sentenced to 28 years in prison Thursday (September 20). The sentence was handed down to the former Death row CEO after his legal team struck a plea agreement with prosecutors.
Knight was arrested in the year 2015 after he hit and killed Terry Carter with his vehicle. He pleaded to a charge of involuntary manslaughter and admitted that he used his truck as a deadly weapon.
In consequence, the 53-year-old former music mogul could pass the last part of his life behind bars.
Twitter could not stop turning the situation into a meme opportunity, especially when it came to Tupac Shakur. Knight was driving the car when 'Pac was gunned down on a Las Vegas street in 1996.
While many are in agreement that the Knight of the karma, others were surprised by the seemingly harsh sentence.
Take a look at some of the best reactions below.
Ghost of 2Pac waiting for Suge Knight in Jail. pic.twitter.com/imFg81e0E4
— Cameron Grant (@coolghost101) September 20, 2018
Suge Knight I have 28 years! 😳 dammit! pic.twitter.com/UK8abfTr3u
— Syndy (@synsediary) September 20, 2018
Suge Knight got convicted in the name of Tupac... and point! pic.twitter.com/lMCFPDcS6H
— Unbeloved (Book) (@UnbelovedBook) September 20, 2018
@SnoopDogg said fk kayne & trump.. @LilTunechi The CarterV droppin tonight at 12..Suge Knight got 28yr for murder and #SnowfallFX the end of the season tonite pic.twitter.com/5W9IcxJ4rP
— M-EYE-C (@Meyec) September 20, 2018
When Tupac fans find out Suge Knight is the tendency of the capture of a case of 28 years? What? pic.twitter.com/QNPDOP8kfk
— Jermaine Watkins ✍🏾 (@JermaineWatkins) September 20, 2018
After seeing that Suge Knight got 28 years in prison pic.twitter.com/5WVXRDInN3
— victoria (@vicduizm) September 21, 2018
Suge knight has just been sentenced to 28 years.... at least there weren't sentenced to... death row.<