Eric Holder, the alleged killer of Nipsey Hussle, will have to wait even longer for his trial to begin as the court has delayed the date.
According to recent jail records obtained by VIBE, Holder's next court date has been pushed back to June 8. Holder, 30, is accused of fatally shooting Nipsey outside of his Marathon Clothing store in Los Angeles last year.
He denies the charges against him.
Holder pleaded not guilty during his arraignment to one count of murder, two counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon. At one point he was represented by Christopher Darden, who served on the prosecution team with Marcia Clark in O.J. Simpson's double-murder trial in 1995.
Darden withdrew from the case after receiving death threats.
It was anticipated that Holder's two-week trial would begin in early April and is expected to end by April 14, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert Perry said in court.