Nipsey Hussle's long-standing friend and bodyguard retire after rapper's death.
On Tuesday, J-Roc reflected on his friend's death and announced that he was planning to leave the security profession entirely in an emotional Instagram post.
Captioning a series of photos he wrote: "Never for a million years did I think I would write some st here like … we haven't made 100 million yet … we were supposed to be old and I call you big nose play jokes on you all day … but instead i'm here in tears writing this, i wish i was there i would change places with you any day the world needs you here i'm so confused, lost, hurt I lost a brother, best friend, a mentor all I can here [sic] you say now, if it was me, I would tell you, "No, live your life and grow." tell you, "Exit what we started, reach those heights, do you know?"
J-Roc closed the post when I assured his lower friend he had seen the rapper's girl I have Lauren London and his two children.
"I have babies and L forever. I finished all of this. I retire from being a bodyguard. I love you. HUSSLE THA GREAT," he wrote.
bodyguards are just one of many people in the hip-hop community and rapper's native Los Angeles who have responded with horror to news of his slaying this past weekend.
Nipsey Hussle, whose real name was Ermias Davidson Asghedom, was shot and killed in front of his Marathon Clothing store in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Los Angeles on Sunday evening. He was 33 years old.
Tuesday, rapper's suspect killer, Eric Holder, was taken to prison in Bellflower, California.