"However, I will say this, I'm not here for the blatant disrespect and fake ass apologies", the longtime radio host wrote.
"The insane part is, I don't know Nipsey, I don't know anybody around Nipsey, I don't know anybody close to him, but it feels like you just lost somebody close to you", Mitchell told the Deseret News. T.I. for example jumped on Instagram to tell Kodak to chill out, expeditiously.
Accused killer Eric Holder shot the Grammy nominee once and had begun to walk away when the wounded Hussle said something to him to the effect of, "You shot me, you got me, I'm good", TMZ reported, quoting what it said were sources at the scene. "Even though I didn't", he continues. Wherever y'all see me at, if that's how y'all feel, that's how y'all feel.
Nipsey was shot dead outside his clothing store in Los Angeles on Sunday and is survived by Lauren and their two-year-old son Kross as well as his daughter Emani, from a previous relationship.
When a friend is heard asking Kodak is "he's shooting his shot", Kodak backtracked and answered 'I'm not trying to shoot at her'.
But the damage had been done as fans were quick to slam the rapper online. He only apologizing because power 106 said they not playing his music no more.
"Lauren London that's baby, though". It's that second flurry of bullets, eyewitnesses claim, that truly killed Nipsey.
Nipsey Hussle's alleged killer returned to the spot where he shot the rapper after hearing him speak once he fired the first shots, according to witnesses.
On Thursday, Holder entered a plea of not guilty in court.
NAN reports that Nipsey was outspoken about his experience with street violence and described growing up in gang culture in his Crenshaw neighbourhood of South Los Angeles as "living in a war zone".