Ray J now owns the rights to Suge Knight’s life story

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According to TMZ, even though Knight is set to remain in prison for a considerable amount of time, he recently chose to sign over the rights of his name to Ray J. This means that the "One Wish" musician will reportedly have the power to make business decisions for the imprisoned record producer.

The reports claim that Ray J now owns the right to Suge's story acorss al mediums, including books, films, documentaries and any other way we might consume the Suge Knight story. Suge gave Ray J rights to hold down Death Row Records and control the music that is released via the label.

New music from Death Row? The belief from Knight is if there are investors available, Ray J would be the one to find them.

As one of Hip Hop's most notorious characters, Suge Knight's story is certainly something ready-made for a gritty drama series or big screen biopic - that may be one step closer after Ray J reportedly snapped up the rights to Suge's story. SOHH points out he hit Instagram to chime in on the report.

Marion "Suge" Knight is enlisting Ray J to help him make money from behind bars.

Knight got on the phone with The Blast to clear up the rumors, and to set the record straight on roles.

Ray J's manager and producing partner, David Weintraub, confirmed to ET that Knight - who is now serving time after accepting a 28-year plea deal in his murder trial last year - has signed his life rights to the 38-year-old rapper and former reality TV star.

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