Former Los Angeles Police Department officer Bernard Robins hypothesized that the LAPD may have planned Nipsey Hussle’s murder. Eric Holder Jr.’s background with the police and his involvement as an informant, according to retired police officer Bernard Robins, point to possible wrongdoing.
The Crenshaw rapper’s death rocked the hip-hop scene like an earthquake, and even though his legacy lives on, millions of people are still deeply saddened by his passing. Readers might recall that the 33-year-old was the subject of an internal police investigation. In the Comedy Hype podcast, Robins recently revealed that he hadn’t ruled out the prospect of the cops ordering his murder. The ex-cop said they may have killed Nipsey when the podcast host mentioned the department’s preliminary charges of organized murder.
“I think that there could have been,” “I’ve never witnessed any law enforcement officers say that something was going on or even eluded to it. But there’s that possibility. We know many of the positive things he was doing in the community. So, there’s that possibility that they were that determined to stop what he had going that they probably could have sent Eric Holder Jr. to go and do that. “I think also that they said [Eric] was an informant for law enforcement. That was a part of the issue that he had with Nipsey Hussle allegedly so we don’t know. We don’t know what was going on behind those closed doors.” In addition, the LAPD denied reports from the Los Angeles Times that they were investigating Nipsey. Also, they reportedly targeted his businesses and movement in a secret operation. While this is a lot of speculative material, neither law enforcement nor state prosecutors explained how they came about in the first place. As such, many looked to these organizations with raised eyebrows.
Eric Holder Jr., the rapper’s killer, was given a 60-year term in February. But, despite all of these allegations and possible wrongdoings, Nipsey Hussle continues to live on in ways that are more significant than any of them. For example, Sam, one of his brothers, said Nip’s children own his Marathon apparel business. He thereby acquired the generational fortune for his family that he had always desired. But, perhaps these rumors will lead to a more in-depth inquiry into the LAPD’s treatment of the case to pursue true justice for his death and prevent further wrongdoing.