The getaway driver in the Nipsey Hussle murder case testified to a grand jury, detailing what led to the incident.
The driver, whose identity was concealed as “Witness 1” in an immunity agreement, says she was hanging out with Eric Holder on March 31. She explained that they went to the strip mall where Nipsey’s Marathon Clothing Store is located, and Holder was excited to see that Nipsey was there getting food.
Holder allegedly approached Nipsey, who waved him off and questioned Holder about being a snitch. After leaving the restaurant, Holder instructed the driver to go around the corner for a drive-by, which she refused to participate in. She added that Holder then got out of the car and fired several shots at Nipsey. After getting back in the car, the driver said Holder had a black semi-automatic and also a smaller revolver.
Nipsey’s business associate, Herman Douglas, also testified in the case, revealing that he heard the conversation between Nipsey and Holder. He reiterated the part about Nipsey calling Holder a snitch, adding that the rapper told Holder to take care of it. Herman added that Holder denied snitching and said that people were just hating on him.