eBay Is Reportedly Preventing Users From Selling Nipsey Hussle's Booklets On The Site
It was reported not too long ago that people's way of being can go extremely low and some gestures can be really disgusting. This category of human beings includes the people who received memorial booklets at Nipsey Hussle's memorial service and decided to sell them online.
Previously the same thing also happened to the tickets that have been offered for free for a place at the Staples Center.
Some people decided to make a buck and started selling them online.
Now, The Shade Room reports that eBay is preventing people from selling memorial booklets on the website.
TSR wrote 'Since the passing of #NipseyHussle, so many people have come together in ways we have not ever witnessed before. As we continue to mourn his passing, his legacy will continue to impact the lives of so many people!'
They continued and said that 'Last Thursday, Nipsey’s home going ceremony packed Los Angeles’ Staples Center and those who were in attendance received booklets of the memorial service that commemorated Nipsey’s life. Unfortunately, some of those booklets later appeared on #eBay where they were being sold for hundreds of dollars.'
The Shade Room concluded by saying that thankfully, eBay is shutting it down and according to TMZ, an eBay spokesperson confirmed 'they will be cracking down on anyone trying to profit off of Nipsey’s tragic death. The spokesperson said: 'These booklets are prohibited on eBay.''
People were grateful in the comments section, and they made sure to thank eBay for this move.
Someone said 'This is disrespectful and sad but if you from the slums you understand that money can help somebody family eat ! R.I.P NIPSEY.'
Another angry fan wrote 'I don't know why these people took these tickets from people who actually loved Nipsey just to get something to sell that's so priceless and rare to get.'
One person also said 'You’re sick if you’re trying to profit off someone’s death,' while someone else thanked the website for taking an attitude: 'Thank you eBay, you’re doing great.'