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The late Nipsey Hussle was doing big things for his community. He had big foundation plans before his untimely death—and now his family has been passed the torch to make sure it all follows through.
TMZ reported, Nip was working on a foundation created to improve the quality of life for those in his community—specifically the youth. Sources close to him said he had the blueprints ready for it long before he died.
Nip’s plans include rebuilding school playgrounds, improve public parks in Crenshaw, and help with the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) programs for students in the community.
We all know he already took over the corner of Slauson and Crenshaw and opened his Marathon Clothing store, providing jobs to the people in his hood.
It was even announced that Nipsey was to meet with the chief of LAPD and commissioner the day after his death, to discuss ways he could help prevent gang violence.
There’s no denying Nip loved his hood. Now, his family will carry on his legacy and continue what Hussle was in the works of.