Nipsey Hussle’s partner Lauren London has been awarded guardianship for their 3-year-old son, Kross, whom they had together before he died.
Hussle was shot and killed by Eric Holder who is currently awaiting trial, back in March of 2019.
According to reports, the late rapper will have half his wealth go to his son Kross, while his daughter, Emani, who he had with ex, Tanisha Foster, will get the other half.
Lauren London filed to become Kross’ guardian back in July and she said this was because she wanted to make sure that his inheritance was put to good use.
Being a guardian to Kross means that Lauren London will be privy to any legal matter that involves the late rapper’s estate.
Nipsey Hussle’s estate is currently being overseen by his brother Blacc Sam.
He petitioned the court in August to oversee his brother’s estate with a view of keeping the rapper’s legacy intact. His petition at the time read in part; ‘[Nipsey’s] passing has created significant media attention, which, in turn has presented potential time-sensitive business opportunities based on [Nipsey Hussle]’s likeness, right of publicity, and other intellectual property based on the media attention surrounding his exceptional life story and musical career,’
While matters have gone smoothly with Lauren, it isn’t the same with Tanisha Foster who is still locked in battle with Nipsey’s family over custody of her daughter Emani.
It seems that there is about $2 million to be shared between the two kids and we’ll wait for more updates on hows things conclude with Tanisha and the rest of the family.
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