Nipsey Hussle's Longtime Love Speaks Out For First Time Since Rapper's Killing: 'I Am Completely Lost'

Nipsey Hussle’s Girlfriend Speaks Out After Rapper’s Murder
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Apr. 3 2019, Published 11:17 a.m. ET

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Nipsey Hussle's girlfriend, Lauren London, is speaking out for the first time since the beloved rapper's murder.

"I am completely lost," London, 34, captioned an Instagram tribute to her longtime love. "I've lost my best friend, my sanctuary, my protector, my soul."

Sharing a series of beautiful photos of the two and their kids, she added: "We are lost without you babe — I have no words."

London and Hussle, 33, were in a relationship since 2013 and shared one child, 2-year-old son Kross. In her Instagram post, London shared a photo of their baby's face for the first time.

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The actress is also a mother to son Cameron Carter with rapper Lil Wayne and Hussle was a father to daughter Emani Asghedom from a previous relationship.

London's emotional message came moments after Los Angeles Police arrested Hussle's alleged killer, Eric Holder.

In a news conference this Tuesday, April 2, LAPD chief Michel R. Moore said Hussle and Holder had a verbal dispute outside the rapper's Los Angeles clothing store on Sunday afternoon. Later that day, Holder was caught on surveillance cameras returning to the scene with a handgun and shooting down Hussle. He also shot two men who were standing next to the rapper, before jumping into a nearby car.

A vigil for Hussle was held at the scene of the crime the following day, but chaos erupted when attendees reportedly heard gunshots.


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