Before being killed in a shootout this Sunday, Grammy-nominated rapper Nipsey Hussle found less commercial success, but was much venerated among his companions, and his death by agitation provoked an avalanche of tributes of the hip hop royalty.
"They were too soon" He published the rapper. Snoop Dogg on Instagram. "I'm very sad now, I'll reflect on the good times we had."
The superstar Rihanna he published that "It makes no sense!
"My spirit is shaken by this, my God, that your spirit rest in peace and you can grant divine consolation to all your loved ones! I am sorry that it happened to you @ nipseyhussle."
Outside of your clothing store, a crowd gathered behind a yellow police tape, and an afflicted woman put her hand to her mouth.
At least one cartridge was on the floor near a black ball.
Hussle struggled to find fame, but began selling his own recordings: King of rap Jay-Z bought 100 for $ 100 apiece.
Hours before his death, Hussle, whose youth was intertwined with the Los Angeles gang culture, tweeted: "Having strong enemies is a blessing."
Hussle's "Victory Lap" received a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album at this year's ceremony.
It was her first formal album, but in the end lost in front of the rap woman Cardi B.
Drake also issued his condolences, saying, "All my energy is at a low point at this point when I hear that."
"You have been real to your people and to the rest of us"wrote Drake. "Easy rest my g".
Born in Ergias Asghedom, Hussle was seen by many in Los Angeles as a community center, redistributing its profits in the neighborhoods plagued by violence from where it came.
The artist participated in a project to recover the southern districts of the city of California to the black residents who made him sing.
"Hussle had the vision of a neighborhood built by and for the sons and daughters of South L.A." Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson said in a statement after news of the rapper's death.
"During his life he went from the shadows to the bright hope of freedom and revitalization of the community."
Hussle talked about his early years in the notorious Crips gang and told the newspaper Los Angeles Times in 2018: "We deal with death, with murder."
"It was like living in a war zone, where people die in these buildings and everyone is a bit immune to it"he said.
"I think they call it post-traumatic stress, when there are people who have been at war for a long time."