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Nipsey Hussle's Girlfriend Lauren London Brings Kids Onstage to Pay Tribute to Him at Memorial Service

Posted on 10 September, 2018 by Daniele
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Nipsey Hussle's Girlfriend Lauren London Brings Kids Onstage to Pay Tribute to Him at Memorial Service

Lauren London appeared onstage on Thursday at Nipsey Hussle's memorial service in Los Angeles, leading his kids to pay tribute to him.

London shared 2-year-old son Kross with Hussle, and Hussle also had a 7-year-old daughter, Emani, from a previous relationship. Kross and Emani appeared alongside Khalil Kimble and London's son from her previous relationship with Lil Wayne, 9-year-old Kameron.

Kameron ended up stealing the show, telling a story of a dream he had in which Hussle appeared. 

"On the night of April 2, I had a dream that I was in paradise, and I was playing in the ocean water when Ermias appeared," he said, referring to the late rapper's real name, Ermias Asghedom. "He said, 'What up, Killa?' because that was my nickname ...  I turned around and I held his hand and I gave him a hug ... It was still cool, I guess ... Ermias told me what it was like in paradise."

Kameron also said Hussle would always tell him "respect" at the window, and led the crowd to say "respect" on the count of three.

Emani, on the other hand, was shy and didn't speak onstage. Meanwhile, Kross, who was held by London, grabbed the mic and adorably made sounds. 

"Give the kids some love, they're a little nervous," London said, who wore all white and appeared somber throughout the heartbreaking tribute.

Hussle was fatally shot on March 31 outside his clothing store in South Los Angeles. The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced on April 4 that Eric Ronald Holder Jr. was charged with fatally shooting Hussle and wounding two others in Los Angeles. The two other men survived.

Since Hussle's tragic death at just 33 years old, countless artists have been mourning the late rapper, including Drake, Rihanna, Snoop Dogg, The Game, Meek Mill, Chance the Rapper and more. 

Watch the video below for more tributes on his death:

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