Hours before he was killed, Nipsey Hussle posted this on Twitter.
Having strong enemies is a blessing.— THA GREAT (@NipseyHussle) March 31, 2019
It turns he had known someone was out to get him for at least a few days.
TMZ reports that when Nipsey shot a video last Thursday in Los Angeles for "Higher", an upcoming track with DJ Khaled and John Legend, there were extra measures taken to ensure his security.
"We're told production only booked the top two floors of the parking structure. People were able to park underneath the top floors.
More shocking ... our sources say the production hired 10 armed police officers because of concerns over Nipsey's safety. It's unclear why, but we're told they were scared someone would try sneaking on set and killing him."
On Sunday, Eric Holder, aka Lil Sh*tty, ended Nipsey in front of his LA store after Hussle confronted him about being a snitch.
Holder is still at large.