Who is Legend Knight? Suge Knight’s Son – Bio, Family

Legend Knight is the son of the former boss and co-founder of Death Row Records “Suge Knight,” and his mother is Toi Lin Kelly. Legend’s father is known to be one of the pioneers of gangster rap during the 90s.

However, Legend’s father got himself involved in lots of shady activities and the recent one was a hit-and-run incident that happened on January 29, 2015. Currently, Suge is serving a 28-year sentence and is eligible for parole in October 2034.

Profile Summary

NameLegend Knight
Date of Birth2010
Age14 years old
NationalityUnited States of America
FatherSuge Knight
MotherToi Lin Kelly
SiblingsTaj Knight
Arion Knight
Posh Knight
Suge Jacob Knight
Sosa Knight
Andrew Knight
Bailey Knight

Legend Knight Biography

Legend Knight is the youngest and last-born child of Suge Knight. His exact date of birth isn’t yet known, but some online publications say he was born in 2010.

Being born in 2010 means the young lad is 14 years old. In regards to his parents, his father is Suge Knight, and his mother is Toi Lin Kelly.

Still talking about family, Legend has a total of 7 step-siblings whose names are Taj Knight, Arion Knight, Posh Knight, Suge Jacob Knight, Sosa Knight, Andrew Knight, and Bailey Knight.

For now, information about his educational background has been kept hidden.

Who is Legend Knight’s Father, Suge Knight?

Suge Knight, whose full name is Marion Hugh “Suge” Knight Jr., is an American record producer, record executive, co-founder, and now former boss of the record label “Death Row Records.”

Suge Knight is known for pushing and promoting gangster rap in the 90s. He is also known to have bailed Tupac Shakur out of prison for the sum of $1.4 million.

It was during his time as the Boss of “Death Row Records” that Tupac (2Pac) released his fourth studio album “All Eyez on Me,” which became a commercial success, as well as Dr. Dre’s “The Chronic” and Snoop Dogg’s “Doggystyle.”

However, everything started going downhill when Legend’s father, “Suge Knight,” started engaging in feuds and employing gang rival members in “Death Row Records,” and also when Tupac died.

Suge got into trouble for hurting people and breaking the rules while on probation and parole. Then, in September 2018, things got worse when Knight admitted he was guilty of causing someone’s death in a 2015 car accident.

Because of this, he was given a big 28-year prison sentence as well as other earlier crimes, which also played a part in California’s three-strikes law being applied to him.

Knight might have a chance to be released from prison in October 2034, depending on his behavior.

Who is Legend Knight’s Mother, Toi Lin Kelly?

Toi Lin Kelly was born on October 15, 1980, in Los Angeles County, California, USA. She is a producer who is known to have worked on the project “Untitled Suge Knight Biopic.”

Kelly is one of the women who have been romantically linked with Suge Knight. Also, she is known to have provided support to Suge when he was in house jail when she was strictly warned not to.

Because Kelly didn’t follow the rules, she got a 3-year prison sentence on February 2, 2018. This happened because she didn’t stick to the terms of her probation, which was connected to the former rap mogul’s murder trial.

By now, we believe Kelly’s 3-year sentence should have ended on February 02, 2021, and should be out already.

Why Was Legend Knight Sent Out of the Court?

It happened when Legend was just six years old and was sent out of the court for trying to meet his father, “Suge Knight,” whom he had not seen for eight months.

When the incident happened, the presiding judge asked Legend’s mother, “Toi Lin Kelly,” the age of her son, to which she replied that he was 6.

Based on her reply, the judge asked that Legend be sent out of the court, to which the mom tried to protest, but the judge stood firm on his decision.

What Is Legend Knight Doing Now?

Legend Knight is living his life away from media attention. He is young and still in school.

He was last heard from in 2020 when he posted on his now-deleted YouTube and Instagram accounts. His last appearance in the news headlines was in 2016, when he was ejected from the court.

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