A judge has reportedly issued a warrant for Nipsey Hussle’s arrest, according to TMZ.

The Crenshaw rapper reportedly missed an appearance in court stemming from a 2012 charge of driving on a suspended license. The pretrial hearing was set to take place Thursday (February 13), but Hussle was not present, according to the publication. 

Hussle reportedly hired an attorney to represent him at the court date, but the lawyer was also not present in court, according to TMZ. 

In July 2013, Hussle spoke about how the Los Angeles Police Department allegedly handcuffed the emcee and searched his car. He also reportedly spoke about how his brother was mistreated by officials. 

“They pushed his face on the concrete,” he reportedly said. “They dropped a knee in his spine then twisted his arm and cuffed him while he was not resisting.”

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