Nipsey Hussle’s Sister Promises To Take Care of Lauren London & His Children: I Love You Forever

Nipsey Hussle’s Sister Promises To Take Care of Lauren London & His Children: I Love You Forever

Nipsey Hussle’s sister has shared a heartfelt message about the slain rapper’s death. Penning her thoughts on social media, she posted a photo of him holding what appears to be his son writing:

You are my heart.
You are my strength my wisdom my joy my balance. You are my Superhero.
Invincible to me. I feel so safe with you. I feel so covered and protected. Imperfections do not exist with you because you are flawless. I need you I need you please let me hold you again. You are my baby. To the world you are the strongest man and to me you are the most vulnerable innocent child. Your heart is pure they don’t know you like we know you. Your love is expansive. Talk to me again. You’ve taught me so much. You hold me down through everything. I got Lauren. I got Emani. I got Kross. I got Sam, he is my responsibility now. He is my big little brother. I got mommy and Granny and Pop. You gave me so many tools. You gave me so much insight. We will talk every second of everyday and I am here to carry out your vision. Ermias God Will Rise. I love you forever and I will cry forever. You are my lifeline as long as I am here you are too.

Nipsey’s girlfriend, Lauren London, also penned a heartfelt message about her love.

As previously reported, on March 31, 2019, Hussle was shot multiple times in the parking lot of his store, Marathon Clothing, in South Los Angeles at about 3:25 p.m. Hussle was hit five times in the torso and once in the head.

Nipsey Hussle

Two others were wounded in the shooting. He was 33 years old. Upon hearing the news, numerous celebrities offered their condolences on social media. Police have identified 29-year-old Eric Holder as a suspect. Investigators believe Holder was known to the rapper and that the shooting was possibly motivated by a personal matter.

Eric Holder

Yesterday, Holder was apprehended by members of the Los Angeles Police Department.

In the days leading up to his death, Hussle had reached out to officials from the LAPD about having a meeting with him and Roc Nation about what they could do to help prevent gang violence in South Los Angeles. The meeting had been scheduled to take place on Monday April 1, 2019, but was scuttled due to Hussle’s untimely death Sunday the day before. According to Los Angeles Police Commissioner Steve Soboroff, the meeting will still take place at a yet to be announced date.

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Authored by: Kellie Williams