Earlier today, Grammy-nominated rapper Nipsey Hussle was tragically murdered. Hussle was shot multiple times outside his Marathon Clothing store in the Crenshaw neighbourhood of Los Angeles. He was 33 years old.
The rapper had openly affiliated himself with notorious Crip gang Rollin 60s. Which lead many to jump to the conclusion that his murder was related to gang violence.
However, theories have arisen on the internet that his death was not associated with gang activity at all and the US government is to blame.
These theories are claiming that the government assassinated Hussle because he was working on a documentary about the 1985 trial of Dr. Sebi.
Dr. Sebi was a Honduran herbalist and healer who garnered attention after posting an ad in a New York newspaper where he claimed that he could cure AIDS.
It has been alleged that Dr. Sebi was executed by the U.S. Medical Corporations because his AIDS remedy would take away from their own profits.
It was Hussle’s intention to produce a documentary that covered the trial between Dr. Sebi and the Supreme Court, a trial which Dr. Sebi won. In an interview on The Breakfast Club, Hussle was asked why he wanted to make a documentary about the doctor, to which he responded: “I think the story’s important, I think its a powerful narrative.”



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