Surveillance footage shows a suspect, later identified by police as 29-year-old Eric Holder Jr., walk up to a group of men that included Hussle and open fire before fleeing the scene.
Holder is being held on United States $7 million bail, and is expected to make his first court appearance on Thursday afternoon.
During the hearing, Sullivan lowered Holder's bail from $7 million to $5 million and ordered him back in court on May 10, according to the News. Defence lawyer Chris Darden declined to comment. We're baffled by Darden's decision to take on this case and so is everyone on social media. Investigators say the slaying was motivated by a personal dispute between the two men. Yea it's a cold world and they scared to be a n*gga" The haunting chorus on "So Cold" also adds to the heavy feeling many have while mourning the death of the iconic Los Angeles rapper repeating the words "Look into my eyes.
Holder was arrested Tuesday after a almost 48-hour manhunt.
Holder faces life behind bars if convicted, reports TMZ.
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Two others were wounded in the incident.
According to a tweet from Los Angeles police Commander Ruby Flores, Holder was found "with the help of an alert and fearless community member".
On Monday, a crowd gathered for a vigil outside Hussle's clothing store.
The day he died, Hussle wrote on his Twitter page, "Having strong enemies is a blessing".