Suge Knight is dropping the lawsuit he filed against Chris Brown stemming from a 2014 shooting at 1 OAK nightclub TMZ reports. If you forgot, Suge was shot seven times at the pre-VMA party hosted by Breezy, who was believed to be performing when the shots rang out. Suge believed security was lacking, which allowed the gunman to fire multiple shots, hence why the lawsuit was followed through.
Chris’ lawyers from the Geragos & Geragos firm reportedly sent out a “nasty letter” to Suge, saying Suge's case was for sure going to lose and when it was eventually thrown out Chris would counteract with a malicious prosecution lawsuit. Apparently, that was enough to scare Suge & his lawyers, who dropped the lawsuit entirely this week. And no money was involved either, just straight scared of another lawsuit did the trick reports claim.
This report comes just days after finding out that Suge sent threats to Straight Outta Compton director F. Gary Gray for his portrayal in the film. Suge reportedly called & texted Gary and said “I will see u in person … u have kids just like me so let’s play hardball,” one the texts read. According to new details, these threats left Gray so shaken that he failed to accurately respond to questions surrounding the incident while on the stand in February’s hearing.“He’s so afraid he came in here and lied under oath,” Deputy District Attorney Cynthia Barned told the grand jury. “He’s perjuring himself because he’s that afraid.”
As for Chris, things are finally starting to look good for the R&B superstar, who’s been dodging legal issues this year and preparing to release a double album next week called Heartbreak On A Full Moon. The 45-song album is set to feature guest appearances from Jhene Aiko, Future, Young Thug, Lil Yachty, Usher, Gucci Mane, and many more.