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Court Records Reveal More Details About American Rapper, Nipsey Hussle’s Death

by James Ogunjimi

As the music world continues to adjust to life without rapper, , court records have revealed more details about the events that surrounded the rapper’s shooting.

On March 31,  was shot and killed by Eric Holder who has pled not guilty to the crime. Court records released by a Los Angeles County Superior Court, showed that the rapper shouted “You got me” as his shooter rained bullets before the shooter left him and ran.

Eric Holder who was arrested a few days later and charged for the murder of the rapper was shown to have been in contact with him earlier with the two exchanging words. What was discussed was said to be about the killer snitching and  telling him he needed to handle things.

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A statement from Deputy District Attorney, John McKinney said that: “Apparently, the conversation had something to do with [Hussle] telling Mr. Holder that word on the street was that Mr. Holder was snitching.”

The killer had allegedly left in a car and half an hour later, returned to shoot Nipsey Hussle and while the rapper fell and shouted “You got me”, the killer still shot and kicked his head before leaving.

This new information will help set things straight too as investigators initially believed that Eric Holder shot Nipsey Hussle over a personal dispute and not gang-related matters.

Tributes have poured in and continue to pour in for the slain rapper and if Eric Holder is convicted of murder, he could be jailed for life without an option of parole.

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