Nipsey Hussle: Kodak Black Slammed For Disrespecting Lauren London

Nipsey Hussle: Kodak Black Slammed For Disrespecting Lauren London

But after Nipsey collapsed to the ground from the two gunshot wounds, they said Nipsey managed to say: "You shot me, you got me, I'm good".

"However, I will say this, I'm not here for the blatant disrespect and fake ass apologies", the longtime radio host wrote. "She about to be out here single", Black said on Instagram Live.

In the wake of Nipsey Hussle's death at age 33, the Los Angeles community continues to mourn his death and so does the National Basketball Association community as his memorial service is set to be held at the Staples Center on Thursday morning, according to TMZ.

One of his friends asks if Kodak's shooting his shot, but he says he isn't.

LA's Power 106 made a decision to ban Kodak Black's music from regular rotation after consulting with the whole team.

He continued: "I ain't trying to shoot [my shot] at her". "She might need a whole year to be crying and (expletive)".

"Lauren London that's baby, though. If I disrespected Lauren London in any way, even though I know I didn't, my bad", he reiterated later in the video.

Among the photos shared, London included a sweet image of Hussle throwing their 2-year-old son Kross in the air. "I've lost my best friend, my sanctuary, my protector, my soul".

But the damage had been done as fans were quick to slam the rapper online.

The service, which is scheduled for 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., will also be free to California residents, with a maximum of four tickets being offered for each household.

TMZ reported how eyewitnesses said that it was the second round of bullets that killed the rapper.

Two days later, police arrested Eric R. Holder the killing and on Thursday prosecutors charged him with murder.

On Thursday (April 4), with the help on his defense attorney Christopher Darden, he pleaded not guilty for the tragic murder of Nipsey Hussle.

The false report was started from a random hip hop blog that specializes in sensational news in an effort to promote ads, South African news website The Times Live reports.

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