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Twitter Blasts OJ Prosecutor Chris Darden For Defending Nipsey Hussle’s Alleged Killer

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Eric Holder, the 29-year-old man who is accused of gunning down rapper Nipsey Hussle in broad daylight outside of his clothing store in Los Angeles on Sunday, March 31, is set to have a high-profile lawyer. It has been revealed that Chris Darden, who became a prominent figure as one of the prosecutors in the highly-publicized O.J. Simpson trial, will be representing the alleged murderer.

Holder is facing charges of murder, attempted murder, and possession of a firearm by a felon, but Darden entered a not-guilty plea on behalf of his client during an arraignment hearing on Thursday. Holder’s bail is set at $5 million.

Immediately after it was known that Darden would be representing Holder, the internet went wild.

One of the first and most prominent voices to speak out and bash Darden for representing Nipsey’s alleged killer was none other than rapper Meek Mill. Meek claimed Darden was an example of “self-hate” within the black community while also saying “we at war with the system and the streets!”

As self hate continues in the black community #housenigga pic.twitter.com/N3Y423gXVt

— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) April 5, 2019

Darden is the prosecutor who made the mistake of having O.J. try on the glove, which of course did not fit. That moment is one of the biggest reasons that Simpson was ultimately found not guilty of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. So, who knows, maybe we can all hope Darden slips up again and his client does the maximum sentence behind bars for gunning down Nipsey, who was also a great philanthropist working hard to give back to his community.

As you would expect, Twitter also had some thoughts about Darden’s defense of Holder which you can see below.

Seeing a Black Attorney (Chris Darden) defend a black man (Eric Holder) that killed a Black King 👑 (Nipsey Hussle) in cold blood, is demoralizing. 😔

— Reggie Bush (@ReggieBush) April 5, 2019

Chris Darden is still out here making terrible decisions almost 30 years later that’s wild.

— Sylvia (@SylviaObell) April 5, 2019

Wait. HOLLUP. Chris Darden, the man who prosecuted O.J. is representing Eric Holder, the man charged with killing Nipsey Hussle.

I know everyone deserves a lawyer, but COME ON. pic.twitter.com/xSdM7PblTA

— Britni Danielle (@BritniDWrites) April 4, 2019

Chris Darden entering the courtroom with Eric Holder like…. pic.twitter.com/boTd9SQkIC

— Tech Ronin (@FullNameXtian) April 4, 2019

Soo Chris Darden? Really? A private sponsor paid? This reeks of fuckery #NipseyHussle pic.twitter.com/NbnLqxAuBU

— brighteyes (@MsTRainford) April 5, 2019

Chris Darden is using Nipsey's murder to get publicity.

— FERRARI SHEPPARD (@stopbeingfamous) April 5, 2019

Chris Darden?????😂 yea nigga u definitely going to prison https://t.co/1oMKAHBNap

— C. (@camrynnmccoyy) April 4, 2019

How does a broke man that go by “shitty cuz” afford a lawyer like Chris Darden? Still just a conspiracy right? Right pic.twitter.com/KkMML7cKrf

— . (@MarathonMike__) April 5, 2019

How in the world is supposed two bit thug able to afford former city prosecutor as his attorney?
The cops let his getaway driver go.
The judge set him bail despite him being on the run. And now THIS.
This guy is being FULLY PROTECTED by LAW ENFORCEMENT.https://t.co/KcpyRmqG2T

— Black Authority (@TheBlackChannel) April 5, 2019

I am getting asked how accused @NipseyHussle killer Eric R. Holder Jr. can pay Ex OJ Simpson prosecutor Chris Darden to be his lawyer. Darden was hired privately and there is no disclosure requirement that reveals how a lawyer is paid.

— Richard Winton (@LAcrimes) April 5, 2019

That is all the information that is available at this time. This article will be updated with new and relevant information should it become available at any time. If there is anything that we missed, please feel free to send an email to editor@teamcoed.com and we will respond as soon as possible.


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