Man charged with killing Nipsey Hussle pleads not guilty

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A Los Angeles man pleaded not guilty on Thursday to charges that he killed Grammy-nominated rapper Nipsey Hussle and was ordered held on $5 million bail.

Police have since arrested 29-year-old Eric Holder and charged him with murder and two counts of attempted murder. He expected to appear in court later today to enter a plea to the judge.

Holder faces a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted. Two other men also were wounded in the attack.

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Authorities say Holder and Hussle, who knew each other, has several conversations Sunday outside Hussle's The Marathon store.

Eric Holder, 28, has been formally charged with the murder of beloved Crenshaw rapper and businessman Nipsey Hussle, 33.

Holder was taken into custody on Tuesday following a city-wide manhunt.

Philly rapper, Privaledge, has released his newest track titled "So Cold" featuring an unreleased verse from Nipsey Hussle honoring the west coast rapper.

As previously reported, Holder was first identified as a suspect in Hussle's death Monday night after the LAPD tweeted an undated picture of the 29-year-old.

The rapper and suspect had some sort of personal dispute the day of the shooting, police said, declining to give further details about their relationship.

It wasn't until paramedics lifted Nipsey that Asghedom said he realized his brother had been shot in the head and then he started praying.

Although it was an Los Angeles case, it was streamed worldwide and has gone down in history of one of the biggest celebrity court cases in history.