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By Paul Russell
3/18/2003 4:20:42 AM

Tags and topics realted to this article include DJ Quik and Suge Knight.

A radio appearance by DJ Quik yesterday on LA's 100.3 The Beat has turned into one of the most controversial of the year.

In what was set to be a normal interview for Quik to promote his new DVD "Visualism", Quik erupted into a flurry of controversial remarks, some aimed at Death Row Records CEO Marion "Suge" Knight. Quik taunted the mogul who has been known in the past for his rough hand tactics with artists to visit his house to "try and get him".

Among other things said, Quik stated that he wanted to be the next Westcoast hip hop personality to die. He also reiterated his plans to quit the rap game with "Visualism" being the last project fans will ever see of him.

Surprisingly, Quik also gave props to Death Row Artist Crooked I. Quik then made comment at the shocking state of westcoast hip hop saying "West coast music sucks" before abruptly walking out of the studio and leaving the station.

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