Nipsey Hussle, known for his dedication to lifting up his community, also made certain his children were taken care of.
As you may have noticed, there have been several fundraising efforts from outside the family following Hussle's tragic murder in Los Angeles last month. As detailed in a new report from TMZ, however, those fundraising efforts are simply not necessary.
Per the report, Hussle's children Emani and Kross are "more than alright" thanks to their parents' financial moves. Hussle reportedly owned his masters, not to mention the Marathon Clothing shop in L.A. Additionally, Hussle had established trust funds for his family. TMZ's sources also added that Hussle wouldn't want any crowdfunding campaigns like the one from Reggie Bush that's since been removed to continue being launched, as he already took their wellbeing into his own hands.
Bush made headlines earlier this month when he announced plans for a GoFundMe for Hussle's children, though those plans were quickly called out by Karen Civil, who argued that he and Hussle were never that close. Furthermore, Civil said, Bush had been privately requested to remove the listing on behalf of Lauren London and the rest of Hussle's family.
Hussle's memory was celebrated by multiple artists at weekend 1 of the 2019 edition of Coachella, including during headlining sets from Childish Gambino and YG. "I ain't even know how to motherfuckin' walk and talk," YG told the festival crowd Sunday. "I couldn't get out the bed. I was in the bed every day until 4 p.m. My life was fucked up, my shit's still fucked up."