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At the 1995 Source Awards in New York, Suge Knight accepted the award for Best Motion Picture Soundtrack, which Death Row’s “Above The Rim” was responsible for winning. Suge’s speech was less than a minute long, but he said enough with the tail end to ignite a war:

“Any artist out there wanna be artist, and wanna stay a star and don’t have to worry about the Executive Producer being all in the videos. All on the records, dancing. Come to Death Row,”

The speech was quite universally interpreted as a diss to Diddy. But apparently Suge Knight told him otherwise. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive clip from the “Ed Lover Show.”

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