The sudden and untimely death of Nipsey Hussle has rocked the global entertainment community.
Scores of celebrities and music fans sent messages of condolences to the family of Ermias “Nipsey” Asghedom, who was rocked with the news of his death after images and video footage of the events following the shooting broke out on social media.
Los Angeles authorities have yet to piece this baffling puzzle together. Who killed Nipsey Hussle, or better yet, why would anyone want him dead?
As reported by Tone Deaf, conspiracy theories have since surfaced about the possible reason behind the rapper’s killing. Reports suggest that Nispey was in the process of filming a documentary about the infamous 1985 trial of Dr Sebi.
Dr Sebi was a Honduran herbalist who gained notoriety after he had posted an advert on the New York Times newspaper, claiming that he could cure HIV./AIDS.
Soon afterwards, the doctor was allegedly killed by US medical corporations, who, according to conspiracy theorists, felt threatened by Dr Sebi’s revolutionery feats in AIDS medical research.
Nipsey had openly shared that he was in the process of filming a documentary about the herbalist. For the rapper, it was important for people to see life for what it truly is.
“I think the story is important. I think it’s a powerful narrative,” he told the Breakfast Clubcrew in a 2018 interview.
Fast-forward to Sunday, 31 March, and these words have come to haunt many people who believe that the same dark forces that allegedly killed Dr Sebi have come for Nipsey.
The rapper was also openly part of the Rollin’ 60s crip gang. Others have guessed that his death may have something to do with that association.
However, for some, the treacherous part Nipsey had embarked on could be the only sensible explanation to such an untimely and unfortunate death.