Nipsey Hussle was laid to rest on yesterday and the love people have for this man is incredible. A Black man has the number one country song on Billboard and now they saying it's Not country enough

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What a beautiful home going celebration it was for Nipsey Hussle on yesterday in Los Angeles ..wonderful words were spoken about a man who used his resources to transform human life and his community… He was well loved there is no question about that. How could a man have so much impact on the world in such a short life span of 33 years… I find his story incredible and I also find the love that his longtime girlfriend actress Lauren London had for him was inspiring. We play back her words that touched America from yesterday. Also the number one country artist in America is a black man but they’re trying to say his song is not country enough to be deemed the number one song on the country Billboard charts we talk about it.

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