Suge Knight has entered a plea of no contest to the charge of voluntary manslaughter and will receive 28 years in prison.
The 53-year-old admitted to using a weapon when he rammed his Ford F-150 into two men following an argument on the set of the film Straight Outta Compton. Terry Carter, 55, later died of his injuries.
The incident took place in January 2015, and Suge has been awaiting trial for two-and-a-half years since then. He will reportedly be credited for that time spent in prison—meaning that will be deducted from the 28 year sentence.
The further repercussions of his plea deal are that he will be on probation for three years after being released. The judge also informed the former Death Row Records CEO that there is a possibility he'll be deported after being convicted, which Suge apparently found funny.
"So, ICE can come and get me," he reportedly said in court to a chorus of muted laughs.
A lot has happened since Suge has been awaiting trial. His mother died, and he was refused permission from a judge to attend her funeral. He was also rushed to the hospital back in April after suffering from an unknown health scare.