Man suspected of killing rapper Nipsey Hussle caught in Los Angeles

Man suspected of killing rapper Nipsey Hussle caught in Los Angeles

Lauren London is opening up for the first time since the sudden death of her longtime partner and L.A. rap legend, Nipsey Hussle.

According to CBS News, Holder was apprehended by Los Angeles Sheriff's deputies on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, shortly before 1:30 p.m. Rolling out also contacted the Los Angeles Police Department's Homicide Division and Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and was told that an official statement would soon be released. "Thank you to both our community for the heightened awareness/vigilance, and our partners at @LASDHQ".

The rapper was shot on Sunday afternoon outside his Marathon Clothing store in South LA.

Two other injuries were serious and 15 were considered non-life threatening.

Moore declined to elaborate on the feud between the two, saying he didn't want to jeopardize any potential prosecution, but he said the suspect - who has been identified via surveillance video - approached Nipsey and others multiple times, engaging them in conversation.

Police considered the car's driver a person of interest.

Hundreds gathered outside of the crime scene to pay their respects to Nipsey, but a stampede broke out Monday night after a man allegedly brandished a firearm and several people were injured.

Moore said Tuesday the vigil had been peaceful until someone in the crowd brandished a handgun, but apparently did not fire it. Los Angeles police were reportedly working to confirm the man's identity.

"I could not believe it", Moore said.

The unidentified woman was contacted by the entertainment news outlet after Harvey Levin and his sleuths tracked down the auto based on a tip, the report said. Two other victims were involved, according to authorities. He was 33 years old.

"Our goal is to work with the department to help improve communication, relationships and work towards changing the culture and dialogue between LAPD and your city", the email said. Past year he had a mainstream breakthrough with his album "Victory Lap", a major label debut that got him a Grammy nomination.

"The meeting will happen", Soboroff said.

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