Some of the rap mogul’s personal belongings — eight crates worth containing furniture, clothing, appliances, and more — were auctioned off in Simi Valley, CA on Saturday (February 20), after Knight got backed up on the fees owed to keep the items tucked away in storage.
According to the Ventura County Star, Conejo Valley Moving & Storage decided to hold the auction because Knight was delinquent on his bill for seven months.
It was popular, it seems, because the auction ended in just 30 minutes.
The auction’s owner said that everything was up for grabs, unless Suge himself showed up. He didn’t, so the sale went on.
The items were from Knight’s former Malibu mansion, which was sold in 2008 after Knight declared bankruptcy.
Some of the items sold off included a flat-screen monitor went for $230; a large photo of Knight with the late Tupac Shakur sold for $100; and a red drink cooler was bought for $55.
In all, the auction generated around $4,500. But, Conejo Valley Moving & Storage owner said it didn’t cover all of the delinquent bill.