Nipsey Hussle‘s alleged murderer, Eric Holder Jr., is standing trial in Los Angeles and prosecutors just laid out the details of Nip’s shooting death in court … and it’s horrifying.
Deputy District Attorney John McKinney told the jury Wednesday — after Holder gunned down Nipsey in a Crenshaw parking lot, Holder walked over to Nispey’s bullet-riddled body and kicked him in the head.
The prosecutor also told the courtroom Holder said to Nipsey, “You’re through” … with Hussle replying, “You got me,” before Holder took off from the scene.
McKinney told the jury Holder’s kick to Nipsey’s head shows it was a personal attack … while Holder’s public defender is trying to frame the case as something that happened in the heat of the moment.
You’ll recall … Holder was arrested a few days after Nipsey’s shooting death, and he’s charged with 1 count of murder, 2 counts of attempted murder (two other people were injured by gunshots during the incident) and 1 count of possession of a firearm by a felon.
Nipsey’s death in March 2019 sent shockwaves through the city … and Holder’s been held in solitary confinement over fears he’ll be killed by other inmates.