New evidence has come out about the murder of rapper/activist Nipsey Hussle - and it suggests that he may have been killed by a military hit.
The details surrounding Nipsey's killing are being kept under wraps - but a few new developments are causing many on social media to believe that his killing was not an act of black-on-black gang violence.
Here's what we know so far:
1. Nipsey was shot 5 times in the body and once in the head - that's how the military hitmen are taught to execute. Military hitmen are taught to use what they called the "Mozambique Drill."
The Mozambique Drill is a close-quarters shooting technique that requires the shooter to fire multiple times into the torso of a target, and follow up with a more difficult head shot.
2. Nipsey was working on a documentary about Dr Sebi - Nipsey Hussle was in the middle of filming a documentary about the life of the extraordinary healer/scientist Dr.Sebi.
Nipsey and many others believe Dr.Sebi was assassinated for being able to cure AIDS and cancer. And now, as soon as Nipsey starts getting deep into the documentary, he's killed.
3. The police's story about the murder is inconsistent with the facts. Law enforcement sources with knowledge of the investigation are saying that Nipsey was shot by a young man who opened fire at close range and then ran to a waiting getaway car. Based on initial information, the police claim that the shooter is probably associated with a gang.
Eyewitnesses on social media tell a different story, claiming there were multiple shooters.