Snoop Dogg Reunites With Suge Knight In Los Angeles

Snoop Dogg Reunites With Suge Knight In Los Angeles
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Snoop Dogg and Suge Knight have had a very distant relationship since the publicized split of Death Row Records…but the two hip hop icons peacefully reunited this past Monday night at AV Club in Los Angeles. 

According to TMZ, Snoop had been performing at the club…when Suge randomly showed up to check out his old homie’s performance.

After the show, Suge allegedly walked over to Snoop’s VIP table and the two kicked it as if nothing had ever happened.

This was certainly a reunion that nobody in the industry saw coming…Snoop Dogg hanging out in the club with former Death Rows Records honcho Suge Knight…smiling, drinking, and taking pictures together.

Snoop just posted the photo (seen above) to his Instagram page … with the caption, “N d club wit Suge miss those death row days!”

Snoop Dogg — a former Death Row emcee — hasn’t been on the greatest of terms with Suge since the ’90s.

Snoop has explained that Suge and Tupac were not happy with him because they felt that he didn’t have their back when Death Row was beefin’ with Bad Boy Records.

It’s unclear what happened to trigger the truth — but if these two can make peace…maybe there’s hope for the Middle East.

Ashton Tyler | Elite.

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