All along, the unnamed woman said she had no idea what Holder’s intentions were on March 31, the day Hussle was killed in Los Angeles’ Hyde Park section. She also said Holder didn’t say anything about the shooting when he returned to the car.
The woman turned herself into LAPD on April 2, was interviewed but never got arrested.
“Sometimes you have to give a little to get a lot,” said a police source, which suggests the woman told investigators the whereabouts of Holder, who was arrested on April 2.
The alleged gunman was also charged with one count of murder, two counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon, charges he pleaded not guilty to. His bond was also set at $5 million.
According to TMZ, the unfolding of events began when the car first drove up to The Marathon Clothing store where Hussle was killed, Holder was the driver and the woman was in the passenger seat. She also waited in the vehicle when Holder approached Hussle, and they had a disagreement about Holder being a “snitch.”
From there, the two men came to some sort of an agreement, began speaking friendly to each other and shook hands. Then after getting a hamburger in that same plaza, Holder left.
But he returned shortly afterward with the woman driving, and she parked the vehicle on a street that connects to an alley which leads to the plaza. She also kept the car running while Holder was gone and allegedly fired the shots that killed Hussle, then sped away when he came back.
At this point, police and the Los Angeles district attorney are still “actively investigating” the woman’s involvement, and there’s a chance she could still be arrested.
There were some who immediately called the woman out and accused her of plotting with Holder to kill Hussle. Daz Dillinger was one of those people, and on April 2 he expressed frustration on social media.
“APB on this rat head b-tch,” he wrote. “Street justice. F-c peace.”
Holder will be back in court for the charges on May 10.