UPDATE: Nipsey Hussle Has Been Killed After Being Shot Multiple Times in Los Angeles


Update three: Fans mourn the untimely death of Nipsey Hussle. After the rapper was shot and killed outside his LA store on Sunday, throngs of people gathered at the scene of the crime to pay tribute to the slain artist’s music and community service.

LAPD released a statement on Twitter describing the suspect solely as a black man. A homicide investigation is in progress.

Update two: NBC is reporting that Nipsey Hussle has been killed, after being shot multiple times outside of his clothing store in Hyde Park, just minutes away from where he grew up.

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Update: According to police sources TMZ talked to, three people were shot at Nipsey’s store. One of those people has died at the hospital. It’s still unclear if that person was Nipsey.

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Prayers up for Nipsey.

Nipsey Hussle was shot in Los Angeles, according to TMZ and numerous online reports.

According to TMZ, the rapper was in front of his clothing store Marathon Clothing Company in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The store is located minutes away from Crenshaw, the neighborhood he grew up.

There are numerous tweets featuring photos and videos from the scene. The tweet suggests that the rapper was shot multiple times.

Moments before he was shot Nipsey sent out this cryptic tweet:

This story is developing.


Source: TMZ 

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