Nipsey Hussle will be remembered in bygone times.
Congresswoman Karen Bass, who stands for California’s 37th District consisting of South L.A., has indeed publicized her plan of action to get the rapper’s humanitarian efforts documented into Congress’ irreversible records.
” I will be heading to the House Floor next week to formally enter Nipsey Hussle’s contributions to South Los Angeles into the Congressional Record where it will be a part of United States history forever,” Bass tweeted on Wednesday (April 3).
The 33-year-old rap artist, whose familiar name was “Neighborhood Nip,” was memorialized for his service in the community of South Los Angeles. The day right after he passed, he was booked to consult with LAPD Chief Michel Moore and Police Commission President Steve Soboroff to talk about gang violence prevention.
There certainly has likewise been an online movement to name the junction of Crenshaw and Slauson, where Nipsey was murdered, to “Nipsey Hussle Way” in “honor of a community icon.” The petition on Change.org has more than 380,000 signatures.
In the wake of his demise, Nipsey’s peers including ScHoolboy Q, Machine Gun Kelly, and YG have decided to delay their single and album releases out of respect for the killed rapper. “I was dropping a Surprise album April 12th,” tweeted YG. “But man Now that we got ta deal with Big bro goin to heaven I will not drop the album this month.”