Nipsey Hussle’s alleged killer used two different weapons in the murder of the rapper.
According to court documents seen by Maybach Media, during the grand jury hearing, Deputy District Attorney Valerie Aenlle-Rocha told the grand jury that Eric Holder, the man arrested for killing Nipsey, confronted him after a conversation where the rapper accused Holder of snitching.
She described snitching as “a very serious offense in the gang world.” Aenlle-Rocha also said that Holder allegedly shot Nipsey with two different weapons — a semiautomatic handgun and a revolver.
The grand jury also heard testimony from the woman who allegedly drove Holder to and from the scene on the day of the murder. The witness (who was not identified in the grand jury transcript) got immunity in return for testimony.
Eric Holder entered a plea of not guilty back in April to one count of murder, two counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon.
If found guilty, he faces the maximum sentence of life in prison. Holder allegedly opened fire on Nipsey Hussle while the rapper was outside his clothing store in Los Angeles on Sunday.
He was apprehended two days later and held on a $7 million bond.
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