There's more information about Eric Holder, who's accused of killing Nipsey Hussle, coming out.
B.G. Knocc Out, who collaborated with Eazy E in the '90s, said Holder used to be signed to Nipsey Hussle's label.
“He’s in old music videos, some of the first videos and all that sh*t," said B.G. "When Nipsey started building his name and doing his thing, naturally he was reaching back to his homies. So he started this little label and old boy was a part of it.”
But then Holder, who was seen hugging Nipsey in an old video, was accused of snitching and Nipsey wanted nothing to do with him.
“He used to be with Nipsey a lot, moving around — doing all the stuff he was doing,” B.G. explained. “And then I think he caught a gun case with one of the homies or something. Something happened where they went to jail and he’s supposed to had said something."
“So they pretty much kicked him out for snitching," he added. "They didn’t kill him or beat him down or nothing like that, but they just told him to stay away, like you can’t hang out. He probably took that some type of way 'cause he got the hood all over his body.”
B.G. also said he knew Holder was the shooter within ten minutes of the incident.
You can see B.G.'s interview below.