The Life and Times of Nipsey Hussle

Nipsey Hussle was fatally shot outside of his Marathon clothing store in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Los Angeles on Sunday. The news of Nipsey’s death has left a dark cloud over the hip-hop community and beyond as they search for the right words to describe what he meant to those who knew him personally or from a distance in light of his untimely passing at the age of 33.

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28 thoughts on “The Life and Times of Nipsey Hussle

  1. The more I think about this, his life explains it all. The message is there… When you watch a MARATHON it's a slow meticulous run. And the VICTORY LAP is the last lap once the run is successfully COMPLETED. He wasn't here to stay y'all.. he's one of God"s modern day angel that was sent to us as a blueprint… As much as it's hard to accept, he wasn't here to stay.. So his legacy must "NOT DIE"… Taken at 33… Jesus Christ was taken from us at 33.. The message is clearer for me!!! It's time for a change as the end is near … We must take heed for UNITY now.. this might our last chance to wake up and stop the hatred and start loving each other as we should…

  2. This was beautifully spoken. I felt this in my heart. Very informative but I felt so much emotion and how much it has genuinely hurt to lose such a great man. Rest in forever peace Nipsey πŸ™πŸ». Great Job Speedy.

  3. This man inspired me so much. I’m so hurt over this. I’m going to keep going hard and chase my dreams because nip told me and show me that it’s possible.

  4. To me he's one of the last of the Mohicans..with his authenticity and style. It was real. His whole verse on that rick ross joint.. 'never vocalise my vision, actions be my spokesperson' is dope af. But most of all he kept it real. Not like some kendrick pop lamar or whatever..nah this dude did sooo much for his hood and people in general. To God we belong and to Him we return.
    Jealousy is deadly

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