Nipsey Hussle’s Victory Lap Returns to Billboard Top 5 After His Death

Nipsey Hussle’s Victory Lap Returns to Billboard Top 5 After His Death

Kodak Black, born Bill K. Kapri, continued: "I ain't trying to shoot (my shot) at her ..."

"Man, listen. I said what I said. She about to be out here single", Black said on Instagram Live.

Kodak Black administered an apology on Instagram, which didn't seem honest after backtracking when he says he's sorry.

Eric Holder is suspected of shooting and killing Nipsey Hussle
Eric Holder is suspected of shooting and killing Nipsey Hussle

LA's Power 106 chose to ban Kodak Black's music from regular rotation after consulting with the whole team. "I ain't tryna shoot at her, I'm just tryna be a shoulder to lean on for her..." "She might need a whole year to be crying and s***".

"Lauren London that's baby, though". For all those out there that wanna disrespect and play with royalty, I advise you to think "THRICE". "Even though I didn't".

Nipsey was shot dead outside his clothing store in Los Angeles on Sunday and is survived by Lauren and their two-year-old son Kross as well as his daughter Emani, from a previous relationship.


"The insane part is, I don't know Nipsey, I don't know anybody around Nipsey, I don't know anybody close to him, but it feels like you just lost somebody close to you", Mitchell told the Deseret News. He then calls out all the other rappers and critics who were quick to pounce on him.

One follower wrote: 'I don't really believe in the whole "cancel" sh*t but kodak black... child he gotta go'.

The memorial begins at 10 a.m. Thursday.


Eric Holder, 29, has since been charged with one count of murder, two counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon, according to a release from the Los Angeles County's District Attorney's Office. He pleaded not guilty last week, and is being held on $5 million bail.

The false report was started from a random hip hop blog that specializes in sensational news in an effort to promote ads, South African news website The Times Live reports.

The Staples Center is the same venue that housed the 2009 memorial service for the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson in July of that year which was also a public event that was televised.


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