On August 15, a star honoring the late rapper Nipsey Hussle was revealed in Los Angeles. Fourth from right, Margaret Boutte, his grandmother, accepted the star on the family’s behalf.
On Monday, the day before the late rapper’s 37th birthday, three years after his murder, he was given a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The actress takes her place in front of Amoeba Music on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles after being introduced at a ceremony on Monday afternoon.
Family members of the late rapper, including his sister Samantha Smith, his grandmother Margaret Boutte, and his fiancée, actress Lauren London, made speeches and statements throughout the event. In the name of the family, Boutte accepted the star.
We always believed Hussle was destined for greatness, I believe I can speak for the entire city of Los Angeles, according to London. “For us, that is just amplified at this time. Nip would have been proud of this occasion.
According to Stechitegist Media, the late rapper’s star on the Walk of Fame is the 2,729th since the project was completed in 1961 with the first 1,558 stars.
Grammy-nominated rapper and philanthropist Nipsey Hussle was shot and dead, Stechitegist media recounts.
Born Airmiess Joseph Asghedom, Hussle was a rapper, businessman, and philanthropist who was nominated for a Grammy. He was assassinated in 2019 in front of the South Los Angeles Marathon Clothing store he ran.
Hussle had an appointment with Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore and Commissioner Steve Soboroff to discuss how to stop gang violence in the city before he was killed.
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