Rapper Nipsey Hussle's life was cut short, but he was able to produce legacy building work before he was killed. He was a great example of trying to turn the hood into heaven

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 Rapper, entrepreneur, community leader, legacy builder, Nipsey Hussle was shot dead in front of his clothing store at the corner of Crenshaw and Slauson in Los Angeles on Sunday. Nipsey was 33 years old was the new father of a child with actress Lauren London and on his way to helping the black community by getting information out about healthy living.  He was in the process of putting together a documentary about the works of Dr. Sebi who had cured AIDS and cancer and patients through his knowledge of how to combine herbs. Nipsey wanted this information to get out to the black community so that we could heal and a lot of people are saying that is the reason why he was marked for death.  Witnesses say that it was a black man who pumped six bullets in him five to the body and one to the head some people on the scene say it was a military style killing. On today’s episode we talk about this and you’ll hear some of the reaction that people had when they found out about the death of Nipsey Hussle may he rest in peace and power forever and may God  elevate his good works.

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