Nipsey Hussle died in March of 2019 after being fatally shot outside his store Marathon Clothing in South Los Angeles. Eric R. Holder was arrested and charged with murder in April of that year. The Hussle family will fight off the late rapper's ex Tanisha Foster in court later this year.
Tanisha and Nipsey's family, which includes his brother Sam, sister Samantha, and mother Angelique, have been at conflict since November 30, according to court papers obtained by Radar Online.
Tanisha was accused by the family of a savage father with a history of drug and alcohol abuse during a trial on March 31, 2019. They also cited an alleged instance in which Tanisha allegedly assaulted someone in front of Emani and other children.
Tanisha initially consented to the guardianship, but last year she went to court and requested that it be terminated. According to court records, she only agreed to the initial guardianship due to her "financial limitations." Emani was also wanted to keep the girl.
"Tanisha's motivation for doing so was due to her own financial limitations; her desire to maintain the standard of living and family contact the minor had had prior to her father's death; and on the back of verbal assurances that each of them would do their job in Emani's best interests."
Tanisha said that Nipsey's family had broken their promise. Later this year, the court will hear from the family and Tanisha about their case. Keep an eye on Thirsty for all the latest information and updates.
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