The Los Angeles County coroner’s office released the official autopsy report for Grammy–nominated rapper Nipsey Hussle, who was shot and killed in March while he was out shopping with his girlfriend.
The 33–year–old’s official cause of death was gunshot wounds to the head and chest, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The report also details each gunshot wound in striking detail, showing where each bullet struck the rapper and how paramedics tried to save him as they arrived at the scene.
The report also shows the efforts of paramedics and doctors who tried to save Nipsey at the hospital, including performing chest compressions in the car on the way to the hospital and giving him a shot of adrenaline at the emergency room door.
The report took over six months to be completed due to the extent of the case, but it also revealed that Nipsey had no drugs or alcohol in his system when he died.
Nipsey’s family released a statement saying that “while the details of the physical damage done to Nipsey’s body may be a matter of public record, the details of his inner life, his spirit and his beauty are the intimate heritage of those who loved him.”