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SMH: LAPD Plan TO TAKE NIPSEY PLAZA, & ARREST BLACK SAM B4 NIP BDAY 4 Attempt murder
 

 
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Nipsey Hussle died in the Marathon Clothing lot. Will his legacy die there too?



Nipsey Hussle’s star power radiated from a single point — the South Los Angeles strip mall where he sold CDs from his car as a fledgling rapper and where he centered his business ventures as his celebrity grew.

In the months since the rapper and activist was gunned down there on March 31, the rectangle of asphalt at Slauson Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard has become more hallowed still.

Fans have descended from all over to snap selfies in front of Hussle’s store, the Marathon Clothing, and next to the larger-than-life murals that have sprouted up to honor a man who was a beacon of hope for African Americans.

But trouble that has long brewed at the strip mall has taken on larger dimensions since Hussle’s death.

Hussle’s fellow Rollin’ 60s Crips, grieving a homie who made it big yet kept it real, continued to hang out there. Tourists have been robbed. A man was fatally stabbed.

And then earlier this month, a fence went up.

Hussle’s business partner, David Gross, said he had erected the fence in preparation for the property’s next phase — a mixed-use development called “Nipsey Hussle Tower” that will include a museum.

But there is more to the story, documents examined by The Times show, including allegations of a violent melee at the store. City officials also have been pressuring Gross to tamp down crime at the property.

Nipsey Hussle fans gather near the Marathon Clothing, despite a new fence obstructing their view.(Liz Moughon / Los Angeles Times)
Residents acknowledge that there is crime in the area, but attribute it to long-standing gang issues, not to Hussle’s store. Some wonder if a conspiracy is afoot to seize the property and tarnish the legacy of a black man who sought to uplift his community through entrepreneurship.

Hussle fought to establish a foothold there, dodging police in the early years, then scraping together enough money to purchase it after the landlord tried to evict him. To locals, the strip mall has come to embody the forces Hussle battled in his own life and that South L.A. continues to face — gang crime, encroaching gentrification and tensions with law enforcement.

In a recent Instagram post, Gross said city attorneys have been on a crusade to expel the Marathon Clothing from the strip mall, redoubling their efforts after Hussle’s death with a civil nuisance abatement investigation.

“They play the long game and will surely find a way to [mess with] us,” Gross wrote. “The Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office was trying to end us. Literally.”

Tourists pose for photos in front of a mural near Nipsey Hussle's store, the Marathon Clothing. After a fence went up around the store's parking lot, the mural is still accessible.(Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times )
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The strip mall long had been known as a Rollin’ 60s hangout.

Over the years, police made many arrests there, including of Hussle for allegedly resisting an officer in August 2014. Hussle, whose legal name was Ermias Asghedom, does not appear to have been charged in the case, according to court records.

“He used to sell CDs out the trunk, be in that parking lot. They used to try to kick him out of that lot,” Samiel Asghedom said at his brother’s memorial service in April. “Y’all know what we went through with the police in that lot.”


The brothers had owned a T-shirt store there since 2008. They eventually revamped and renamed it, opening the Marathon Clothing in June 2017 to a throng of fans eager to purchase shirts emblazoned with “Crenshaw” in cursive.

If you stopped by, you might have run into Hussle, who was often there, willing to pose for selfies and rarely accompanied by an entourage.


Many in Hussle’s orbit were Rollin’ 60s Crips, from employees to acquaintances who asked him to listen to their mixtapes, though not all were actively gangbanging. Hussle and his employees used their street cred to clear the parking lot if anyone was making trouble.

But an incident allegedly involving Hussle’s family pushed the then-owners to start eviction proceedings, according to documents obtained by The Times.

A man was punched, hit over the head with a lead pipe and stabbed in the back at the store on Sept. 14, 2018 — resulting in a deep head laceration, possible traumatic brain injury and vision loss, according to the eviction notice filed by property manager E.Y. Song.


Police records show that Samiel Asghedom was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder in the case. But within weeks, the L.A. County district attorney’s office dropped the charge.

District attorney rejection notice
Aug. 6, 2019
The victim, who was also a Rollin’ 60, may have arrived at the store with a gun intending to shoot Asghedom, Deputy Dist. Atty. Alice Kurs wrote in a memo explaining why she declined to prosecute. The beating may have been done in self-defense or an attempt to disarm the victim, she wrote.

Multiple witnesses to the Sept. 14 incident heard gunshots, and the victim was seen on video retrieving an object from his car before walking toward the store, the memo said. Minutes later, the video showed the victim being pursued by people and retreating. He denied he had a gun and would not say how the conflict started or cooperate with the investigation beyond an initial statement, according to the memo.

Samiel Asghedom’s attorney, James Bryant II, said the allegations against his client were inaccurate but would not elaborate. Song, the property manager, could not be reached for comment.

A funeral procession honoring rap star Nipsey Hussle passes his clothing store at Slauson Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard on April 11.(Gary Coronado / Los Angeles Times)
Soon after the parking lot beating, according to documents obtained by The Times, City Atty. Mike Feuer’s office notified owners Jong Soo Lee and Ho Haeng Lee that their property was a gathering spot for the Rollin’ 60s. In a follow-up letter on Nov. 15, 2018, Deputy City Atty. Nancy Hagan wrote that she was expecting the owners to implement remedial measures, including a*signed parking spaces and surveillance cameras accessible only to law enforcement.

By the time the eviction notice arrived on Nov. 14 , Hussle and Gross had begun trying to buy the strip mall — home to a barbershop, fish market, tax preparation office, insurance agency and mom-and-pop fast-food joint, in addition to the Marathon Clothing. The owners initially rebuffed their overtures, but eventually decided to sell, Gross said.

Gross, who is African American and has roots in South L.A., told The Times late last month that he and Hussle worked for months to secure a loan — a process complicated by Hussle’s criminal record, which included several gun convictions. The $2.5-million sale was finalized in January of this year.

“I don’t know how we did it, but we were able to close and get the lot,” Samiel Asghedom said at his brother’s memorial service. “Nip put his heart and soul on Crenshaw and Slauson.”

The sale, however, did not stop the city attorney’s office from pushing for action.




In a Feb. 13 letter, Hagan notified Gross and Hussle that criminal activity at the strip mall was creating a public nuisance.

The property “has been the site of many violent and/or unlawful incidents including, without limitation, attempted murder, shootings, robberies, batteries and unlawful firearm possession,” Hagan said in requesting a meeting with the new owners. If Hussle and Gross did not address the alleged illegal activity, city attorneys could file a civil enforcement action, the letter said.

Gross said in his recent Instagram post that the city attorney’s office “hated (with ALL their heart) that their maniacal zeal to expel the Marathon Store from Slauson Plaza actually resulted in us buying it and planning to develop it.”

A spokesman for the city attorney’s office declined to comment on what he termed an “ongoing investigation.”

Gross told The Times that any criminal activity in the area is a symptom of long-term governmental dysfunction. Some residents also say the reports of violence are exaggerated and unfairly stigmatize gang members.

“This is 50 years of poor social, economic and police policies,” he said. “Don’t make it about the Marathon store and Nipsey. It hurts Nip’s legacy.”

David Gross’s statement on Nipsey Hussle Tower


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On the afternoon of March 31, Hussle was outside his store with longtime friend and employee Herman “Cowboy” Douglas when a man named Eric Holder approached.

Holder, a Rollin’ 60, had not been seen in the neighborhood for some time. Hussle warned Holder to be careful because people were labeling him a snitch, according to Douglas’ grand jury testimony. Holder, an aspiring rapper, asked if Hussle had listened to his new song. Hussle said he had not.

Holder then left, returned and, according to prosecutors, shot Hussle at least 10 times. Two other men were injured.


After Hussle’s death, the L.A. Police Department stepped up its presence at the parking lot. On July 8, LAPD Chief Michel Moore wrote to Gross, requesting a meeting to discuss how to make the property safer after what he described as calls to the police reporting a*saults, batteries and shootings.

Al Labrada, commander of the LAPD’s South Bureau, met with Gross later that month to discuss lighting, cameras and other safety measures.

Media reports that the LAPD was leading a criminal investigation into Hussle are not accurate, Labrada said. Police did not have a problem with Hussle’s store, he said, only with the people hanging around outside.

But Labrada added that the parking lot’s popularity was “one of the reasons that resulted in the murder of Nipsey Hussle.”

**


Tony Broomfield, the owner of the taco stand and a member of the 57 Neighborhood Crips, said Hussle’s music gave him hope when he was at a low point in jail.

“We don’t want this man’s property, everything he worked for, to be torn down and destroyed over somebody’s allegations,” he said.

Shamond “Lil AD” Bennett, a member of the Rollin’ 60s, said it is suspicious that city officials are trying to tarnish Hussle’s legacy. “They’re not causing no trouble,” he said of his fellow gang members visiting the parking lot. “If the world can come do it, why is it that people who grew up around here can’t do it?”

Since Hussle’s death, complaints from residents have centered on tourists blocking driveways or speeding on side streets, not on crime in the parking lot, said Kahllid Al-Alim, president of the Park Mesa Heights Community Council.

With construction of a new Metro line underway nearby, Al-Alim said he believes powerful interests are trying to seize the property for their own aims — a common if unproven fear in South L.A. amid rising property values.

“The homies are going to hang out at a store,” Al-Alim said. “That’s going to happen. But there’s no gangbanging activity and there’s no criminal activity.”

City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson, who represents this part of South L.A., said the city attorney typically initiates nuisance abatement investigations after numerous complaints. He said his office has not received calls from residents about the parking lot, nor has a pattern emerged from police reports that would peg it as a hotbed of crime.

The night before the fence was erected, young men stood in the parking lot in clusters of twos and threes. They said they did not want to speak with mainstream authorities, including the media. But they emphasized that they had no intention of harming visitors.

“You were greeted nicely, weren’t you?” one said to a Times reporter.

Samiel Asghedom’s statement on Nipsey Hussle Tower
Aug. 6, 2019
Skipp Townsend, a senior figure among L.A. gang interventionists, said he wants the Marathon parking lot to be a place where local people, including gang members, can gather and help each other — and to celebrate milestones such as Hussle’s birthday on Thursday.

The community has “already been victimized by a horrible shooting,” Townsend said. “What we need is to heal, not to be put in jail cells or displaced.”

After the fence went up, tourists expressed disappointment that they could not set foot on the parking lot, making do with selfies in front of a mural of Hussle with angel wings.

Hussle’s brother, Samiel, said he hopes the lot will one day become a fitting legacy.

“Nipsey Hussle Tower will inspire and show the people that even though you come from nothing you can achieve greatness,” he told The Times.


Cindy Chang covers the Los Angeles Police Department. She came to The Times in 2012, first covering immigration and ethnic communities before moving to the L.A. County sheriff’s beat. Previously, she was at the New Orleans Times-Picayune, where she was the lead writer for a series on Louisiana prisons that won several national awards. A graduate of Yale University and NYU School of Law, she began her journalism career at the Pasadena Star-News.

Angel Jennings
Angel Jennings is a reporter for the Metro section of the Los Angeles Times. She covers issues that affect residents in South Los Angeles. Since joining The Times in 2011, Jennings has written for the Business section and covered education. She is a native of Washington, D.C., and graduated from the University of Nebraska.



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After two NYTimes articles in the past month (one in which the City Attorney leaked these docs and others)and an LA Times article coming - I have to speak. . It was never my intention to go public with this because 1) it’s damaging for the world to think I’m being investigated or engaged in conflict with a city agency 2) It’s not my story to fully tell and 3) they play the long game and will surely find a way to fu*k us... . So I’ve just been playing it cool for the past 6 months while essentially locked in a standoff with the LA City Attorney and the LAPD over Slauson Plaza . The Los Angeles City Attorney’s office was trying to end us. Literally. They wanted to expel The Marathon Store from Slauson Plaza. No doubt, if Nipsey was alive they’d still be stalking it, after doggedly pursuing him, his brother, his team and his businesses for damn near a decade. To no avail. Again, their story to tell when appropriate. . But When i partnered with them to buy the lot, I got to experience the way these systems work together first hand . The City Attorney hated (with ALL their hearts )that their maniacal zeal to expel the Marathon Store from Slauson Plaza actually resulted in us buying it and planning to develop it . It was embarrassing and a slap in the face when they started trying press me to evict the store - only to find out that I’m partners with Nip, Sam and All So the City Attorney then came at me. And then sent the cops at me. And ultimately tried to leverage the press against me by leaking docs and emails to the NYtimes to smear us, and make our ownership of the lot seem like the problem in the Crenshaw District. That caused real problems for me that I still can’t fully address it because it’s ongoing. It hurt live deals and brought some to a compete halt. . This sh*t is a cold game and then some. This system is a mindless, heartless, relentless machine designed to keep us locked into some systems (jails and courts) and out of others (capital markets and property ownership). It sounds crazy and conspiratorial, only because it is. More to come... #losangeles #LA #nytimes #nipseyhussle #tmc #davidgross #themarathoncontinues 🏁

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 5 days ago '19        #2
KingOfBoxden 238 heat pts238 OP
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Spooky man spooky read this whole thing @ @ @ @ @ Dilla @. @ @ Dilla
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Breakdown the whole article and provide recipet on what I been saying since the begining
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Enough said. Maybe those that doubt can see the sign in front of them and see this entire time it WAS ALWAYS ABOUT THAT LOT.... even in his death they must destroy everything and get what they always wanted and plan to go after that prime location. It was already written..... Now narrative will be shaped and pushed before they even updated us on the actual damn trial




 KingOfBoxden said
See what the fu*k i mean
Just like I said repeatedly now that sh*t have calm down they're back to regular programming of what the original plan was in the first place

After they a*ssinated nip they disarm the public with praises about him

Then black Sam mention the story of how they purchased the lot after lapd say they had to be evict from the lot

Now they mention that in the article

This is all just them making a complete paper trail by first making the narrative be nipsey was k*lled for that snitch comment and then the bullsh*t getaway driver transcript of everything

This is a paper trail for them to TAKE NIPSEY LOT legally and enforce eminent domain

With that train coming that lot is is the most important shopping center there. It right when you get off the train and will receive all the new business

That the Mastermind to everything they want to do

We should be praying for black sam the power to be going still try to take what him and little brother built and one day finally was able to purchased it in a interesting unusual circumstances to get it.

Now they're f*ghting back to take it. They will make up story about nipsey and they will use this as an excuse to arrest everybody working in that plaza amd nipsey empire which mean they're trying get black Sam now cause they have to get that lot.

They think they can produce more tax rexnue so they're going paint the picture that nipsey multi Million dollar striving Business is a front for a "gang hub"

Like wtf is a fu*king gang hub they think nipsey on some Tony sopranos sh*t in between making song and closing multi Million dollar deals that will shift his city for decade to come

The world first smart store he help develop that with the African tech phenomenon who help coded the Uber Snapchat and Instagram app

To OWNING A fu*kING LAS VEGAS CASINO HOTEL THAT IS OPENING IM 2020

Opening your eyes. They're erasing our history while a*sisnating our legends and their character.

This is stragetic planning. They k*lled the man now they got to k*lled his character to convinced the public nipsey was nothing but a thug running a criminal empire not a Grammy nonimated entrepreneur inspiring the gang unit in his district and changing the way an entire generation think and act and inspiring an generation of young entrepreneur and gang entrepreneur


fu*k LAPD and anyone who loved em
fu*k big u too


I'm praying for black sam.
You don't inspire little girl like this and be running a "gang hub"


(Skip to three minute mark for little girl speech)


The whole fu*king purpose of nipsey victory lap is making it out and making legal money that the whole fu*king point gotdamnit these people so evil they going make sure they get rid of us our history our legend and our land....


The land of the free huh. Watch they lay the Domino's to fall to legally eminent domain that lot man i feel it already I posted this same sh*t a few week ago now they're really falling through on it

Now that video of them doing the gang sweep in front of the store make sense like j said

Paper trail of DISTURBANCE and now a paper trail of gang activity being used as a mask under the business diguisting

Don't ever fu*king doubt me!


 KingOfBoxden said
It's a damn shame cause he OWN THE MOTHERfu*kING LOT

fu*kING PIG

How can you give a dead man a ticket on his fu*king property it's might as well be his house!
 KingOfBoxden said
PAY ATTENTION
IF THERE ARE ENOUGH CALL Of DISTURBANCE TO THE LOT
THE GOVT CAN TAKE IT BY EMINENT DOMAIN
THEYRE Just MAKING A PAPER TRAIL
@ @

They back harassing that lot even gave nip a ticket on his car on HIS PRIVATE PROPERTY
 KingOfBoxden said
Man do you know what eminent domain is??

They're trying to make a paper trail of DISTURBANCE and stirring sh*t up so the GOVT AND THEM CAN LEGALLY TAKE THE LOT BACK


SMH yall be so simple minded with that hood mentality don't you see a fu*king billion dollar train project launching by next year. The councilman the mayor the lapd everybody is in on trying to get the goldmine left in la to gentrify which is Crenshaw. That the gold mine to everything theyre trying to do
Inglewood already been successful Crenshaw is the last standing f*ght. Councilman a snake he serectly want to line his pocket

Start learning politics just as much as street sh*t and you too can see past that Stupid sh*t

Open your eyes man
Black sam said they tried to forced them out the lot and by their surprised they pull a hail Mary and just straight up bought the lot after lapd and thecity demanded that they be removed from rhat lot after nip purchased the lot he was k*lled a month later and on that exact day his stote CAMERA just HAPPENED TO NOT BE RECORDING....

YOU so caught up in your "this is regular hood sh*t narrative" you're being too simple minded and pigeon toes of what REALLY GOING ON


THIS sh*t DONT ADD UP
YOU WATCH A MOVIE WHERE THE STORY LINE DONT MATCH OR ADD UP TOGETHER
 KingOfBoxden said
People talking that "this just some hood sh*t" to stupid to see at the rates these snakes are moving at they WILL BE NO HOOD sh*t

Hood and surburb about to make a switch

They are tired of living on mountain and surburb far away from city

They like our hood but nice prime gold mine location that connect to all the freeway nearby that get you to Hollywood and downtown and with the train project they can finally connect the dot to take what they REALLY WANT

n*ggas too sleep to see what going on. As a kid from oakland im warning you what been going on
 KingOfBoxden said
You haven't answer one question of substance that i asked

Why is they harassing nip car on his lot

Why are they applying pressure to take his lot back after they couldn't forced hin out so he magically ended up dead the next month of being ordered out

Why is the female driver saying she and sh*tty cuz met IN FEBRUARY THE SAME MONTH THEY TRIED TO EVICT NIP and they link up a month later

Why is lapd Stirring sh*t up just making a paper trail to snatch the location ... A sacred landmark now..



Why is all the nearby business being evicted out
Why nipsey brother and mom the only one dropping clues about LAPD

This is regular sh*t but its past Regular when we talking about nipsey now being gone and they let a good three month passed before they go back to the regular schedule program

When they keepthis paper trail rolling dont be surprised when black sam going have to f*ght the power to be to keep his brother store in that lot cause the laws is design for them to stragetically take the lot back plus more


You worried about the wrong sh*t perhaps GET OFF YOUR BLOCK MORE
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Who was that person that said that the attempt murder was on Eric holder @ somebody said something very telling and never posted about it again

Cause everything you said sound completely align with what this article trying say

Leaking case information about Sam case that NEVER been LEAKED BEFORE NIP death nobody Knew why his bail was a million
Many in Hussle’s orbit were Rollin’ 60s Crips, from employees to acquaintances who asked him to listen to their mixtapes, though not all were actively gangbanging. Hussle and his employees used their street cred to clear the parking lot if anyone was making trouble.

But an incident allegedly involving Hussle’s family pushed the then-owners to start eviction proceedings, according to documents obtained by The Times.

A man was punched, hit over the head with a lead pipe and stabbed in the back at the store on Sept. 14, 2018 — resulting in a deep head laceration, possible traumatic brain injury and vision loss, according to the eviction notice filed by property manager E.Y. Song.


Police records show that Samiel Asghedom was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder in the case. But within weeks, the L.A. County district attorney’s office dropped the charge.

District attorney rejection notice
Aug. 6, 2019
The victim, who was also a Rollin’ 60, may have arrived at the store with a gun intending to shoot Asghedom, Deputy Dist. Atty. Alice Kurs wrote in a memo explaining why she declined to prosecute. The beating may have been done in self-defense or an attempt to disarm the victim, she wrote.

Multiple witnesses to the Sept. 14 incident heard gunshots, and the victim was seen on video retrieving an object from his car before walking toward the store, the memo said. Minutes later, the video showed the victim being pursued by people and retreating. He denied he had a gun and would not say how the conflict started or cooperate with the investigation beyond an initial statement, according to the memo.

Samiel Asghedom’s attorney, James Bryant II, said the allegations against his client were inaccurate but would not elaborate. Song, the property manager, could not be reached for comment.




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There has 2 be a movie now even mini series will work great.
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 Stand Down said
There has 2 be a movie now even mini series will work great.
Stfu f*g**t
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Mite as well
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Rap fans always want some “juicy details” just so they can go and say “you didn’t know?”
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The victim walking to his car to retrieve something, only to be chased off after gunshots were fired. I doubt the "suspects" were shooting at the victim, because they would run the risk of hitting their own. You have to be in close proximity to hit someone with a pipe or stab them. So wouldn't the logical course he that the "victim" was doing all the shooting? And why would the suspects need to fire off several rounds when they outnumber the victim? Unless they had poor aim like Stormtroopers.


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After Hussle’s death, the L.A. Police Department stepped up its presence at the parking lot. On July 8, LAPD Chief Michel Moore wrote to Gross, requesting a meeting to discuss how to make the property safer after what he described as calls to the police reporting a*saults, batteries and shootings.

Al Labrada, commander of the LAPD’s South Bureau, met with Gross later that month to discuss lighting, cameras and other safety measures.

Media reports that the LAPD was leading a criminal investigation into Hussle are not accurate, Labrada said. Police did not have a problem with Hussle’s store, he said, only with the people hanging around outside.

But Labrada added that the parking lot’s popularity was “one of the reasons that resulted in the murder of Nipsey Hussle



Interesting wording from police commander saying the property "popularity" got him k*lled
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I ain't reading all that fam
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Good Job LAPD, ler them know c
Gang culture is not coool and will never coexist in a society.
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25:15 mark
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OP just spamming as usual

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The COO of roc nation is a informant
This is their king

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 Rasheed Walrus said
The victim walking to his car to retrieve something, only to be chased off after gunshots were fired. I doubt the "suspects" were shooting at the victim, because they would run the risk of hitting their own. You have to be in close proximity to hit someone with a pipe or stab them. So wouldn't the logical course he that the "victim" was doing all the shooting? And why would the suspects need to fire off several rounds when they outnumber the victim? Unless they had poor aim like Stormtroopers.
Propped of the strength of your username word play
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 KingOfBoxden said
Spooky man spooky read this whole thing @ @ @ @ @ Dilla @. @ @ Dilla
Some bullsh*t going down brehs
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....For One, Stop Posting That SlausonGirl Bullsh*t, bi*ch Cant Get Her Info Right For sh*t.

2nd, Why You Say Blacc Sam Got Arrested Like It Happen Now and The Report Tells You It Was Last Year He Got Arrested & Charges Was Dropped with The Attach.

From What It Look Like, LAPD Trying Clean Up & Push Out The 60s and It Seem Nipsey death Was The Last Straw Since It Was One of Their Own That Took Out Nip.
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 5 days ago '10        #20
M2CEO 34 heat pts34
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thing is n*ggaz will be n*ggaz......you gotta be smarter than this. If its publicly known that you are being targeted then get the fu*k out of the area to save face.

LAPD designated the property a public nuisance due to criminal gang activity but gross still allows the rolling 60's to hangout there?

what kind of businessman are you? you would risk your investment over some crips?

fu*k that .....crips should be smart enough to lay low.

where the hell are the OG's man? times changed, there is no order in the streets anymore.

thats way the 'real' mobs been running sh*t for centuries because they know how to lay the fu*k 'low' when sh*t like this going on.

do it to honor your brother nip......then capitalize and build the new dvelopment.


i swear man n*ggaz is dumb....

 5 days ago '16        #21
Funke 1 heat pts
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 M2CEO said
thing is n*ggaz will be n*ggaz......you gotta be smarter than this. If its publicly known that you are being targeted then get the fu*k out of the area to save face.

LAPD designated the property a public nuisance due to criminal gang activity but gross still allows the rolling 60's to hangout there?

what kind of businessman are you? you would risk your investment over some crips?

fu*k that .....crips should be smart enough to lay low.

where the hell are the OG's man? times changed, there is no order in the streets anymore.

thats way the 'real' mobs been running sh*t for centuries because they know how to lay the fu*k 'low' when sh*t like this going on.

do it to honor your brother nip......then capitalize and build the new dvelopment.


i swear man n*ggaz is dumb....
All facts man.. and feel like the only OG that tried to inform nip was Big U.
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 5 days ago '17        #22
King3X 6 heat pts
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This does nothing but make me hate that Nip is gone even more.
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 5 days ago '18        #23
IronicPessimist 2 heat pts
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what are the odds that they will stop a gangs money laundering operation from turning into a landmark for crips and selling drugs
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 5 days ago '04        #24
AliHood 4 heat pts
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I swear being in that parking lot is a totally different feeling standing next to the same spot homie died at...knowing how much energy he put into that joint

 5 days ago '15        #25
NUT456 4 heat pts
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 M2CEO said
thing is n*ggaz will be n*ggaz......you gotta be smarter than this. If its publicly known that you are being targeted then get the fu*k out of the area to save face.

LAPD designated the property a public nuisance due to criminal gang activity but gross still allows the rolling 60's to hangout there?

what kind of businessman are you? you would risk your investment over some crips?

fu*k that .....crips should be smart enough to lay low.

where the hell are the OG's man? times changed, there is no order in the streets anymore.

thats way the 'real' mobs been running sh*t for centuries because they know how to lay the fu*k 'low' when sh*t like this going on.

do it to honor your brother nip......then capitalize and build the new dvelopment.


i swear man n*ggaz is dumb....
 IronicPessimist said
what are the odds that they will stop a gangs money laundering operation from turning into a landmark for crips and selling drugs

He already responded to you lol. Its true tho, if ngas would lay low the super bag would becoming around in 5/10 years. Ngas just gotta play their part and keep all the BS away from the area
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