Ray J Reportedly In Talks With The Trump Administration To Pardon Suge Knight News has been circulating that reality show star Ray J is in talks with the Trump Administration to pardon Suge Knight.\u00a0 Knight is the former CEO of Death Row Records is currently serving a 28 year prison sentence after\u00a0pleading no contest to voluntary manslaughter for killing his friend Terry Carter in a hit-and-run case. Ray J also reportedly stepped up to take over control of Death Row. Knight also has sold the rights to his life's story to Ray J,\u00a0but Nick Cannon is supposedly the one writing a book about the former CEO. ACTOR JASON MITCHELL SPEAKS ON BEING FIRED FROM \u2018THE CHI\u2019 ON THE BREAKFAST CLUB Ray J would not be the first celebrity to work with the Trump Administration seeking clemency for \u00a0incarcerated inmates.\u00a0 His former girlfriend Kim Kardashian West was one of the first celebrity to work with the \u00a0Trump officials to get nonviolent inmates or people with questionable convictions released from federal prison.\u00a0 She has become the celebrity face and voice for social reform.\u00a0 \u00a0She helped free Alice Johnson in June of 2018, a first-time nonviolent drug offender who'd been serving a life sentence since 1996.\u00a0 \u00a0West is now working on a documentary about social justice reform, which will be released via Oxygen. I don't know if this is a good move or not for Ray J as Suge Knight is not a popular figure in the hip hop community.\u00a0 There has always been rumors and theories that Suge\u00a0 was behind the assassinations of hip hop's biggest legends Biggie and Tupac.