Final words of tragic rapper Nipsey Hussle revealed


A Los Angeles radio station said it will no longer play songs by Kodak Black after the South Florida rapper tried to flirt with Nipsey Hussle's girlfriend just days after his death.

Hussle is reported to have raised his head off the ground where he lay and said something like: "You shot me, you got me, I'm good".

"For me the outrage against Kodak Black is less about Lauren London and more about Nipsey Hussle", adds the 27-year-old.

Before offering his apology, Kodak had little remorse for what he had said, saying on the social media platform, 'Hell yeah, I said what I said. I ain't trying to shoot [my shot] at her. "I will not stand by and let Kodak Black come between an allegiance I have with dear FRIENDS", Big Boy continues. "She can call my line".

Nipsey Hussle could have possibly survived the shooting had he not uttered something to the killer after being shot the first time, according to witnesses on the scene on March 31, 2019.

Eric Holder has since been apprehended and weirdly enough obtained the services of OJ Simpson prosecutor, Chris Darden to defend him in court. Huh?!

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L.A. radio station Power 106 then announced it would stop playing Black's music.

Kodak didn't fix the situation with his so-called apology in another Instagram Live broadcast.

"Lauren London, that baby, though". That's when Holder fired additional shots at Nipsey ... those bullets, eyewitnesses believe, that killed him. The magazine later apologized and removed the link.

Hussle's family also shared details about the memorial on the rapper's Instagram page. I've lost my best friend, my sanctuary my protector my soul ...

"When you lose someone that was close to a lot of people, it really hits home and the way that it happened, too, just shows how senseless some of the stuff that's going on is". I'm a lover of words, photography, books, travel, animals and The Ohio State Buckeyes. The Game damn near sounded like he wanted Kodak's fade and in true Kodak fashion, he responded wanting all the smoke.