Nipsey Hussle Didn’t Leave A Will, Estate Worth $2 Million
New details are being reported about Nipsey Hussle’s estate roughly two months after his untimely passing. The late rapper and activist was reportedly worth $2 million. According to reports, he didn’t have a will, so the beneficiary of his estate might be a little unclear.
California law says his two children, son Kross, whose mother is Hussle’s longtime girlfriend Lauren London, and daughter Emani, whose mother is Tanisha, would split the estate with $1 million each minus fees and taxes, according to reports.
Meanwhile, as Tanisha is battling Hussle’s sister Samantha Smith for custody of Emani, she is also said to be fighting Hussle’s brother Samuel Asghedom’s attempt to be the administrator of Hussle’s estate.
Asghedom filed documents and requested to serve as the administrator. A judge will make a ruling on June 10. Tanisha reportedly has plans to block Asghedom’s request to serve as the administrator, and might even ask a judge to allow her to step into the role.
As for the custody battle, a judge has already granted Smith physical custody for now.