Former Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight has been getting a lot of attention recently. Even though the producer is currently serving a 28-year prison sentence for a hit-and-run incident that he was involved in, he has reportedly continued to make business decisions while behind bars.

On Monday, it was reported that Knight had given singer Ray J the rights to his life story. Having such control would have given the "One Wish" musician the ability to make choices regarding the use of his image, potential biopics, and more. However, Ray J may not be the one in total control of such decisions after all.

According to the Blast, Knight, 54, released a recorded statement on Monday to clear everything up.

After acknowledging that Ray J is a "little brother" and "family," he stated that his fiancée, Toi-Lin Kelly, is the one who retains the rights to make such important decisions for him. Kelly spoke to TMZ about her part in his business dealings after the initial report came out.

"I look forward to joining forces with Ray J, I believe we will be able to put together meaningful, authentic, and captivating projects representing Suge and his story," she said, adding, "As Suge Knight's fiancée and power of attorney I represent him and his business dealings, so I hold the responsibility of protecting and assuring his buisness is done as he'd do it authentically."

Additionally, Knight revealed that "The Masked Singer" host Nick Cannon will be writing his biography. "He is a great writer. He will be doing my book," Knight confirmed during the recorded call from the San Diego prison.

As for Knight's remaining time at the penitentiary, he could potentially be released in a little more than ten years as factors such as overcrowding and time served may come into play. This follows the 28-year plea deal he struck which was when he was charged with voluntary manslaughter in the aforementioned 2018 case.

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Suge Knight is photographed during a court hearing in Los Angeles on Oct. 13, 2015. Reuters