The 911 call that followed Nipsey Hussle’s fatal shooting has been released, and it documents the chaos and confusion in the aftermath as the caller asks for an ambulance “ASAP!”
Three months after Hussle’s death, we now know that a woman called emergency officials and frantically urged them to bring an ambulance.
In the audio obtained by The Blast, the unidentified woman screams that she needs an ambulance on the corner of Slauson and Crenshaw in south LA where Hussle was shot multiple times.
“I need an ambulance… We need an ambulance ASAP!”
The dispatcher tries to get more information about the situation, but the woman continues screaming: “Oh my God, can you please hurry up? Somebody’s on the ground.”
A recently-released grand jury testimony revealed that Hussle was warning Holder about snitching
Help would finally arrive, but unfortunately, Hussle did not make it and, according to official documents, died at the hospital 35 minutes after the shooting. He reportedly had gunshot wounds in the head and torso.
Hussle, 33, was shot outside his south LA clothing store on March 31. His death hit the hip-hop community hard, but it appears his Crenshaw neighborhood felt it more, having lost not just a rapper but a man who gave back to the community.
was held at the Staples Center on April 11 where the who’s who in the music industry showed up to say their final goodbyes. Atribute message
from former president Barack Obama was also read at the ceremony.
In recognition of his legacy, Hussle was honored with a BET Humanitarian Posthumous Award on Sunday, June 23.
Hussle’s alleged shooter, Eric Holder, has since been arrested and is now facing charges of murder, attempted murder, and assault with a firearm, and possession of a firearm by a felon, for which he could get up to life imprisonment.
A recently-released grand jury testimony revealed that Hussle was warning Holder about snitching moments before he was shot by the latter.
Hussle (birth name Ermias Asghedom) leaves behind his actress girlfriend, Lauren London, their two-year-old son Kross and a ten-year-old daughter Emani from a previous relationship.
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