Warrant Issued For Nipsey Hussle’s Ex Amid Custody Battle

Nipsey Hussle

Nipsey Hussle might be gone, but there is a lot happening in the wake of his death including the possible arrest of his babymama, Tanisha Foster.

The mother of one is currently wanted after violating her probation and missing her court date which was on the 15th of May.

This was as regards a DUI she received in Los Angeles a few years back. She had pleaded no contest and was sentenced to three years probation.

All of this comes amidst a bitter custody battle for Emani, the 10-year old daughter she had with Nipsey Hussle.

According to reports, Foster is accusing Nipsey’s sister, Samantha Smith of taking custody of Emani and refusing to return her.

Foster claims that Samantha did this after Nipsey Hussle was tragically killed on the 31st of March.

According to the Blast, Samantha applied to become Emani’s guardian, a move that Tanisha was displeased with and which led her to contest the move in court citing that being the child’s biological mother she should be given custody. She also added, “Law and Policy of this state favors the protection of the rights of natural parents and their children.

“Objector has statutory priority over petitioner.”

However, the rap up reports that the court decided to award custody of Nipsey Hussle and Tanisha’s child to Samantha, her aunt, for now at least. The report states, Nipsey’s family believes Foster is unfit to care for her daughter. Prior to Nipsey’s death, Smith assisted in caring for Emani and wants “to ensure the continued stability for Emani and ensure that she will be able to maintain her current and ongoing relationship” with the rapper’s family.

Little is known about the supposed marriage between Nipsey Hussle and Tanisha with there being no official records and the only indication is that Emani goes by Nipsey’s surname and that Tanisha is known as ‘Chyna Hussle’ on Twitter.

The final hearing has been set for July.

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