According to a report from Page Six, the performer, T.I, will continue to express condolences for Nipsey Hussle, at the Lil’ Trap House museum this weekend. The star will put on the show at a pizza shop in Hollywood.
Taking place outside in the parking area, the event will include unique and distinguished artifacts and pieces honoring big names like Nicki Minaj, Cardi B, Young Thug, Migos, Rick Ross, and more.
T.I first began the Trap Music Museum last year in Atlanta, Georgia. As fans of hip-hop know, ever since Nipsey Hussle died in March, rappers and those in the community have been commemorating his legacy non-stop.
In recent news revealed by the aforementioned outlet, it was stated that the anonymous woman, who drove the getaway car, was ignored by an officer at the station when she tried to admit to her involvement.
As a consequence of the officer’s dismissal, the police subsequently launched an internal investigation inquiring into the reason for why the woman was dismissed as well as the implications on the case. Thus far, it is known that the police officer supposedly misunderstood the woman who was fessing up to her crime.
The woman involved in the case, whose identity is currently unknown, claims she went to the police station and told the officer there that her car and license plate were being shown by the local media network. Around that time, it was being reported that Eric Holder, 29, shot and killed Nipsey outside of his clothing shop.
The unidentified perpetrator claims to have not known what Eric Holder was going to do. When she chose to admit to her unintentional involvement in the shooting death of the rapper, she went to the police station where the desk officer told her not to worry, due to a miscommunication.
Cedric Washington, who works as an LAPD detective, confirmed the woman was ignored at first. As it was previously reported, Nipsey Hussle was shot outside of his clothing store on the 31st of March. Nipsey was tragically getting ready to speak with LA authorities on strategies for thwarting gang violence in Crenshaw.