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Nipsey Hussle’s Shooter Has Possibly Been Identified.

The person responsible for murdering Nipsey Hussle has been identified as 29-year-old Eric Holder. According to Complex, police say he fled in a getaway vehicle after shooting Nipsey.

“Multiple sources tell us before the shooter unloaded, he had a tense convo with Nipsey,” TMZ reports. “We’re told Nipsey asked him if he had snitched to cops in the past because that was the word on the street.”

They added, “We’re told the suspect felt disrespected, left to get a gun … then returned to get revenge.” Surveillance footage can be watched over at TMZ, but please do be aware that the footage—which shows a victim falling to the ground—may be triggering for some viewers.

In more Nipsey news, stream counts of his music have risen tremendously on Amazon and iTunes since his murder. Read more.

Kanye West Gave His First KUWTK Interview Because of The Incredibles.

Kim’s face, though. Kanye West is, like, really a part of Keeping up with the Kardashians now. Not only has he picked up a creative director role, but he also gave his first interview on the show, and well. Yeah. Lol.

“This is my first time doing this. I’m not actually attempting to do good,” Kanye explained as he sat alongside Kim for his on-camera “confessional.” “This interview is because of the movie The Incredibles. It starts off with the interviews. The superheroes are giving interviews.”

“The wife’s got a big butt,” Kanye added, “and I just see our life becoming more and more and more like The Incredibles until we can finally fly.”

Kim did not look amused:

Duke’s Zion Williamson’s Blown Out Shoe Is Missing… and It’s Worth $250,000.

Zion injured his knee during a game against North Carolina back in February, and while TMZ reports he’s better now, the left PG 2.5 PE sneaker he blew is missing—and not even Nike knows where it is.

“Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski has said Nike reps came out to Durham and inspected the shoe in hopes of identifying the problem. But, it’s unclear who has the shoe now,” they write.

All we can say is keep an eye out, because according to Goldin Auctions’ Ken Goldin, those bad boys are worth $250K.

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