Nipsey Hussle Was Shopping For A Friend Just Released From Prison Before He Was Killed
The "Grindin' All My Life" artist did not inform anyone, including his security, that he would be making an impromptu visit to his shop.
Nipsey Hussle was a man dedicated to helping his people up until his last breath.
According to TMZ, Nip showed up to his Marathon Clothing store on Sunday unannounced sans security to help a friend who spent 20 years behind bars find a new outfit for a reunion he was having with family and friends that evening. Per the entertainment site, the "Grindin' All My Life" artist did not inform anyone that he would be making an impromptu visit to his shop.
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Born Ermias Ashgedom, Nipsey was killed outside of his store after a gunman fired six shots at the 33-year-old. After a two-day search for the assailant, Eric Holder was arrested Tuesday for murdering the Grammy-nominated rapper. Per an earlier Blavity report, the 29-year-old allegedly shot Nipsey and two other people over an undisclosed personal dispute. An unidentified associate was one of the other two individuals struck by Holder's bullets.
Nipsey's death was felt across various industries, and people are honoring the late father of two in various ways. Oklahoma City Thunder player Russell Westbrook achieved a rare double triple-double Tuesday and dedicated the historic occasion to his fellow California native.
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