YG pays tribute to Nipsey Hussle with a heartfelt tribute: "It wasn't your time to go"
“You was a real big bro to me no kap,” the rapper wrote.
YG is adding his voice to the endless list of tributes pouring in for Nipsey Hussle.
On Wednesday (April 3), the Stay Dangerous rapper opened up about the grief he’s experiencing in the wake of Hussle’s unexpected death. The rapper was gunned down in front of his clothing store in Los Angeles on Sunday (March 31). It has since been reported that YG was one of the people who rushed to the hospital after learning of the news. The 29-year-old was also there when Hussle’s death was officially announced.
“Lost for words kuz I got so many of em,” he wrote on Instagram before paying tribute to his friend and frequent collaborator. “We went thru so much s—t together tryna make it out of LA with this rap s—t, But we always got thru it then talked about it & after we talked. We laughed! You was a real big bro to me no kap. YOU 1 OF A KIND!”
In his post, YG (real name Keenon Jackson) revealed he had plans to release a joint project with Hussle titled 2 OF AMERIKKKAZ MOST WANTED. According to the California native, the two had TV shows in the works as well. YG also explained why he took so long to address Hussle’s passing on social media. “I took so long to post you kuz I Kant believe this s—t, I don’t wanna believe this s—t. I’m not never accepting it. IDGAF what nobody say. It wasn’t yo time to go,” he shared.
“I’m sick. The s—t we had is forever bro! THE WORLD DIDNT KNOW WHAT THEY HAD TILL YOU WAS GONE. I BEEN KNEW!” he concluded.
In related news, Hussle’s suspected murderer, 29-year-old Eric Holder, has been apprehended and is currently behind bars in solitary confinement. His bail is set at $7 million. Keep reading to see YG’s full tribute to Hussle ahead.
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