I Get Why Nipsey Was Loyal to the Hood
… Nevertheless it Made Him a Goal
4/13/2019 1:00 AM PDT
Nipsey Hussle was caught between monumental success and love for his neighborhood, like many different rappers, and that in the end value him his life — at the least, in Suge Knight‘s eyes.
Knight tells TMZ … he totally understands the state of affairs Nipsey was in, “Numerous artists like Nipsey have the identical downside that I had. We’re too loyal to our neighborhood.” He says, though you come up with the money for to maneuver, you wish to keep on the block as a result of “if you go round Hollywood it is all watered down.”
The previous Dying Row Data mogul — who’s nonetheless sitting in L.A. County Jail awaiting trial for homicide — says he beloved to return to his hood to “get chili cheese fries and strawberries and speak to my lil homies.” Nonetheless, he provides, if you do that you simply want these homies to “assist you to survive.”
Knight’s insinuation is obvious — and controversial — that the individuals closest to Nipsey may have finished extra to maintain him secure.
As you recognize, Nip was murdered exterior his Marathon Clothes retailer. Police consider Eric Holder pulled the set off … allegedly after feeling Nipsey had disrespected him by calling him a snitch.
The tragedy reminds Suge of Tupac Shakur — not solely due to the best way they died but additionally how they lived. Knight says, “I really feel that Nipsey was attempting to observe the identical Tupac guide to the group. He got here along with YG like Snoop did with Tupac.”
Finally, he thinks Nipsey’s legacy may be unity, one thing that hasn’t occurred in L.A. for the reason that early 90s. Referring to the L.A. gangs’ peace march that went down 5 days after the homicide … Suge advised us, “What’s good is that every one the hoods getting collectively now … we may be stronger contemplating what occurs after we come collectively.”