BEVERLY HILLS—On Tuesday, February 15, Suge Knight, co-founder and former CEO of Death Row Records, was cited for driving with a suspended license. Knight’s truck was impounded and a woman at the scene gave him a ride to a nearby location. While Death Row Records was once home to some of the West Coast’s best-known rappers, in 2006 Knight filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy, due to civil litigation against him by co-founder Lydia Harris who claimed to have been cheated out of her 50 percent share.

In 2009 Knight received a cease and desist letter for using the name Blackball Records, which had already been copyrighted for nearly seven years. “Unfinished Business,” Blackball Record’s accompanying reality show was never picked up by any major network.

“There better not be a scratch on my truck when I get it back…,” tweeted Knight the day after his truck was impounded. If “Unfinished Business” had been picked up, the public would have seen Knight dispel long-standing rumors in sit down interviews, his days with Death Row and the artists he worked with, and his recent driving escapades including last year’s arrest for driving with a suspended license after a judge issued a warrant for his arrest when he failed to appear in court.

On another note, last week Death Row Records released “Haven’t You Heard,” a largely unreleased collection from Snoop Dogg’s onetime group LBC Crew, with members Lil C-Style, Techniec and Bad Azz.