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Music mogul Suge Knight's son, Jacob Knight, stars in the new reality series Love & Listings. On the show Suge's son, Jacob, is a prominent and successful real estate broker in Los Angeles.

But MTO News uncovered some family tea, regarding Jacob.

Jacob's mom Stormey Ramdhan was just 17 when she got pregnant by Suge who was 30 at the time. The two met in Los Angeles, and before long Stormey got pregnant with Jacob who is now 23.

In California, the age of consent is 18 years old. So technically, what Suge did was a crime.

That's all water under the bridge now, as Suge is serving life in prison for a homicide.

Jacob currently stars on the VH1 hit show Love & Listings. Here's clip from the show:

Jacob Knight’s mother is a licensed beautician who has worked on photo shoots and music videos for years — even featuring in some of them from time to time. Stormey attended the Aveda Institute in New York City in the mid-90s, and graduated from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising with an AA in Design and Visual Communications in 1999.

Here's Stormey (who is 42) now:

According to the LA Times, "Knight’s foray into L.A.'s real estate scene is a focus of “Love & Listings,” VH1’s frothy new docuseries.

The show, which premieres Monday night , offers a peek into the lives of several young, ambitious real estate agents and their celebrity clientele. Between shots of glamorous properties, there’s plenty of hooking up and backstabbing — think “Love & Hip-Hop” meets “Million Dollar Listing.”

Viewers will see Knight training under Tai Savet after financial issues forced him to drop out of college. But what will surely keep them watching is Knight’s struggles to maintain his relationship with his controversial father, currently in prison for manslaughter, as he works to become a licensed agent.

“Jacob has to lose the ego if he’s going to make it in this business,” said Savet, also one of the series’ producers. “He grew up around rappers, so there’s a lot of cockiness. He wasn’t taught any differently. To be good, he has to be a chameleon. Real estate isn’t hip-hop, and he has a lot of growing up to do.”