Lauren London Addresses Her Moving Forward With Grief

Lauren London Addresses Her Moving Forward With Grief
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Lauren London addressed some really important subjects these days. Check out the video and the details provided by The Shade Room.

'Exclusively spoke with Entertainment Tonight's Nischelle Turner about her role in the upcoming movie Without Remorse. She stars alongside fan favourite Michael B. Jordan in the action-suspense film. This is Lauren's first movie role since the unfortunate passing of her partner and beloved artist, Nipsey Hussle ,' TSR notes.

TSR also noted: 'During the interview, Nischelle asked Lauren about the importance of her children seeing her working again.'

'We can't stop, you know? We do have a purpose, all of us, and it's important for my sons to see me moving forward with grief, not just curling up in a ball, because I curled up in a ball for a long time,' Lauren said.

The longtime actress also said that their family will grieve 'forever.'

Someone said: 'They’ll forever be my favourite couple, She’s so strong and beautiful! Sending her and the family all the love and blessings .'

A commenter posted this: 'You can still see the hurt,' and a follower said: 'she’s so beautiful and strong ❤️' and one follower said: 'If you haven’t experienced this type of loss please don’t say how long it should take to move forward!!! 🙏🏾'

Someone said: 'She’s so pretty. Makes no sense,' and one other follower posted this: 'We love you momma, take your time.'

A follower said: 'So sad, Lauren doesn't even look the same. Losing a loved one can really really tear you down. I know she loved him dearly. Her sparkle in her eyes is gone. Her joy in her facial expressions are gone.'


Someone else said: 'I’m so glad she’s still standing strong. I occasionally check her page just to see how she’s doing ❤️' and a commenter posted this: 'And I knowwwwww she was hurting and STILL hurts we Sagittarius LOVE soooooo purely DEEP !!!! Proud of you Queen !!!! It’s takes STRENGTH little by little to move forward especially in grief.'

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