Suge Knight Has Buyers Scared To Purchase Death Row

Suge Knight's intimidating reputation has various buyers scared to buy the rap mogul's former record label. As reported earlier, Knight lost Death Row Records to bankruptcy in 2006.  The label was put up for auction last summer but a potential buyer, Global Music Group, failed to close the sale.

According to The New York Post, the label will be up for auction again on January 15th but budding buyers are reportedly scared that Knight may go after them.

"It could be a tough sale," an unidentified source told The Post.  “Some people don't want to go near the catalogue because they think Suge still believes it's his."

Adding fire to their fears, Lydia Harris claims that Knight threatened her life during a court hearing when a judge awarded her with $107 million after she won a lawsuit against the infamous rap mogul.

Harris revealed to The Post that Knight told her, "You dead, bitch."

Harris had sued Knight for owed profits. She claimed she helped Knight start Death Row but he forced her out of the label.

Melanie Bonvicino, G>Knight's representative, told The Post that Knight "has no recollection" of the day he allegedly made the threats.