The marathon continues!
Last month, it was reported that the entrepreneur rapper’s estate nipsey hustle Marathon Collective will open a THC and CBD retail store in Los Angeles.
The deceased rapper’s dream was realized by family, friends and fans. The official opening took place on Saturday, June 18.
Last month, a documentary was released in anticipation of the grand opening of a business owned by family and friends led by Hussle’s older brother this weekend, Samiel “Black Sam” Asghedom, Retail Establishment Los Angeles at 7011 Canoga Ave. Is located at.
“It’s something we always talked about,” Asghedam said at the time. “Nipsey, fat, adam And I had a goal to get a valid licensed store and establish my brand in other stores across the state. We are extremely honored to be able to fulfill the dream.”
Hustle, 33, was killed in front of his Marathon clothing store located in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. A petition was launched to rename the intersection of Slawson Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard near Hustle’s Store to “Nipsey Hustle Square”. On the day of his funeral, the city council announced that it was set to be renamed. Ermias “Nipsey Hustle” asghedome Square to honor him and his contribution to the neighborhood.
The trial for the conviction of Hussle’s killer began last week in Los Angeles. According to the Associated PresidentsOn Wednesday, a Los Angeles prosecutor told jurors that Eric R Holder, The man accused of fatally shooting Nipsey pre-meditated his 2019 murder. The two were having a discussion where Nipsey told Holder that there were rumors that he was a “splinter” and that he should “clean it up.”
Deputy District Attorney John McKinney shared that narrative during his opening remarks. He said that there is no doubt that Holder knew in advance that he would kill Hussle. He told the courtroom that Holder shot Nipsey at least 10 times and kicked the rapper in the head before fleeing the scene.