Brooklyn rapper Uncle Murda has the Internet in a frenzy with his new “Do Sumthin’” record where he threatens to kill former Death Row Records owner Marion “Suge” Knight. The new song surfaced online last night (April 17) and stems from Hot 97 radio veteran Funkmaster Flex‘s new mixtape. Uncle Murda pulls no punches on “Do Sumthin,” off of Funkmaster Flex’s mixtape Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself? when it comes to the former Death Row executive, Suge Knight. His gripe consists essentially in the fact that B.I.G. was killed, even though Murda never personally knew the late, great rapper. “I make Brooklyn look good homie, and I’m patiently waiting to kill Suge, homie.” (Complex) Before the track premiered, Murda hinted at it likely causing an uproar. “i promise you when that new @funkmasterflex mixtape drop tonight I’m gone have the most talked about record on there Movieeeeeeeeeeeeeee,” Murda tweeted April 17th. (Uncle Murda’s Twitter)
Just because he allegedly squashed beef with Snoop Dogg does not mean Suge Knight isn’t up to his old tricks. Not one but two bench warrants have been issued in California for the Death Row Records founder’s arrest.
TMZ got the scoop:
Suge was SUPPOSED to be in court Thursday … regarding two cases — one from 2011 and one from 2012 — when cops busted him driving on a suspended license … of all things. He was sentenced to 3 years unsupervised probation for one of the incidents. The other was still pending. But now, a rep for the L.A. County Superior Court tells TMZ … Suge was a NO-SHOW at a recent court date for both cases. We’re told the judge immediately issued two bench warrants — one for $5,000 and the other for $30,000 — which means cops can arrest the music exec on sight.
While the Death Row glory days are long gone, Knight’s current gig is managing troubled comedian Katt Williams. Missing court dates isn’t the best example to give his comedian client, who has had well documented issues with the authorities himself. Also, last year, Knight threatened to “beat the dog sh-t” out of Rick Ross since the Maybach Music Group rappers rolls with Sean “Diddy” Combs.