Rapper Kanye West Won’t Have To Face Suge Knight in Lawsuit Session

Hip Hop star Kanye West, who is currently tied to a lawsuit filed by rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight, does not have to attend a scheduled mediation session in person. Instead the “Power” MC can take part in the session by phone, ruled a Miami federal judge. West’s lawyers argued that he was going to be out of the country because of a long-standing business commitment. Knight, who was shot in the leg at a 2005 Miami Beach party hosted by West, seeks more than $1 million in damages for the lack of security. According to the AP, West, Knight and their lawyers met in New York for six hours in June but failed to settle the case. The shooter was never identified.


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