Lauren London Announces “Nipsey Hussle Tower”
Few months after the death of her beloved husband, Nipsey Hussle’s wife Lauren London slightly revealed what she is planning to do with the former store of the rapper. As it is well known the author of The Marathon and The Marathon continues dies in front of his store on 31st of March, 2019 in Southern LA.
The rapper was shot ten times, but some of the wounds were fatal. In the afternoon Nipsey Hussle was pronounced dead as the doctors were fighting for his life, but it was not possible for him to be saved.
During his short life path, as the “Victory Lap” creator died on 33, he had very strong community activity and took part in many initiatives. That is why his death caused a very large wave of grief amongst the fans. The funeral procession was long 25 miles and a half.
During the days after his death, many celebrities offered their help and condolences for the family of Nipsey Hussle. All this is to prove how big influence he made to the community and how important his work was. He was not to be forgotten as the fans started a petition for renaming the close-by intersection to “Nipsey Hussle Square”.
Lauren London Lifts The Curtains For Tower Plans
The news for the tower started to circle the space after on 1st of August the plaza on 3420 W. Slauson Avenue was closed. Soon after that Lauren London, herself informed the audience about her plans via Instagram.
The widow said the tower will commemorate her husband but the store will stay closed and will not open again. For those who still are looking to buy from the Marathon Clothing, the massage says they are free to shop online.
The intersection that was mentioned before is soon going to be named after the American rapper to honor his memory and the things he has achieved during his short life.
Lauren London also published a picture which says “I promised to make you proud“. The last probably also referred to her plans for the tower, which will help for Nipsey Hussle to never be forgotten and to attract new followers for his good causes.