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Suge Knight says he backhand slapped fellow inmates who spoke negatively about Oprah Winfrey.

Knight, 58, is currently serving a 28-year sentence in California State Prison. He pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and hit-and-run charges in 2018.

While biding his time in prison, Knight launched a podcast, titled “Collect Call with Suge Knight.”

The Death Row Records co-founder uses his popular platform to take revenge on former associates who wronged him.

In a recent episode, Knight revealed he disciplined fellow inmates who bad-mouthed media mogul Oprah Winfrey.

“When people said something bad about Oprah Winfrey, sheeyit, I got in they a*s. You talkin’ about this Black woman. I fired they s**t up, slapped the s**t out of ’em. Don’t say nothin’ bout this Black Sister,” he said.

Knight defended Oprah even though he claims “Oprah wouldn’t put rappers on her show.”

Suge also took aim at attorney Ben Crump whom he claims declined to represent him because he is still alive.

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Knight quoted Crump who allegedly said, “I only represent people who’s dead.”

“So I guess you gotta be killed by the police for this dumb mother***er to represent a mother****er that’s right,” said Knight.