Man Accused Of Fatally Shooting Nipsey Hussle Charged With Murder


The man suspected of killing Nipsey Hussle has been charged with his murder.

According to the press release, Holder was charged with one count of murder, two counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon. If convicted, Holder faces life in prison.

Traumatized by the murder of his longtime friend Nipsey Hussle, his bodyguard J-Roc has issued an emotional Instagram post saying he is retiring following the rapper's death.

He was apprehended two days later and held on a $7 million bond.

Darden tried unsuccessfully to prevent the media from filming his client during his arraignment on Thursday, arguing that there was an "issue of identity". Two men who were also injured in the shooting have also been identified for the first time: Kerry Lathan and Shermi Cervabta Villanueva.

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Authorities say Holder got into an argument with Hussle, who was beloved by residents of his neighbourhood for his community work, and then left and returned with a handgun. The rapper was recently added to a mural in Los Angeles right beside James and Snoop Dogg.

Holder is slated to appear in a downtown courtroom this afternoon, two days after his arrest and nearly 48 hours after the manhunt for him began. The Victory Lap rapper owns the clothing store as well as other businesses in the community.

Right after news of Hussle's death, James was one of the first National Basketball Association players who vented out his emotions via social media.

Styles also let it be known that he had other conversations with Nipsey that he was going to refrain from posting, noting that he was going to keep them to himself to "cherish the young king".