Did Suge Knight kill Tupac? No, but he did violate a traffic law
Turns out, Knight wasn't arrested for anything quite so exciting as murder. He was taken in on Dec. 4 for failing to appear in court for a traffic violation. According to CNN, he was picked up at Universal Citywalk in the Los Angeles area, booked, and issued a citation to appear before being released. He was in custody at the West Hollywood police station for about an hour, and was compliant with authorities.
A video was posted on YouTube which spliced together several unrelated news bulletins, leading viewers to believe Knight was arrested for the murder of Shakur. In the video, a reporter appears to be confirming the allegations, but in fact, the audio was edited by a prankster.
Shakur's murder remains unsolved, and Knight remains a very intimidating traffic violator.