Lauren London Looks Like A Real Goddess In New Photo Wearing Stunning Feathery Outfit As She Remembers Nipsey Hussle

Lauren London Looks Like A Real Goddess In New Photo Wearing Stunning Feathery Outfit As She Remembers Nipsey Hussle
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Lauren London made a rare appearance at Diddy's birthday party, and now the photo has surfaced.

All seem to agree to say that she looked either like a goddess or an angel in her all-black outfit and stunning hairstyle.

One fan praised Nipsey Hussle's life partner by saying: "I was bout to say that! How you look like an angel dressed in all black?!Whoa! You really gave us beauty. In all of these photos, how lucky @vanityfair is for this black goodness! ✨✨✨✨"

Another commenter stated: "She looks like an angel ✨Nip is there in spirit @laurenlondon 😍."

This backer claimed: "Good to see her out, she looks 🔥🔥🔥❤️Loved the lighting above her head, I see what y’all did there ✨💫 Great composition 👏🏽."

Lauren has found a new way to express her love for her late boyfriend as it was recently revealed that the actress was joining forces with Puma for a new project, called Puma x Lauren London "Forever Stronger."

The new line has the goal to honor the deceased rapper, Nipsey Hussle, whose real name is Ermias Joseph Asghedom.

Nipsey's life unexpectedly ended when he was brutally shot to death right in front of his own clothing store in the Hyde Park area of Los Angeles in March this year as he was helping a man in need.

The 35-year-old actress announced the collaboration with the popular sporting brand with a promotional video clip on YouTube.

In the description of the footage, it is stated that the collaboration was about Lauren's creative vision that she "wanted to bring to life to signify the continuation of her marathon alongside PUMA."

A couple of months after the tragic demise of Nipsey, Puma announced that a collaboration line, on which the rapper worked too while he was still alive, was about to hit the stores.

The special collection, called "The Marathon Continues," became available at the beginning of September, and everything was sold out in the course of a day.

Meanwhile, some of the late musician's songs were nominated for the upcoming Grammy awards and his hits "Racks In the Middle" and "Higher," which was created with DJ Khaled and John Legend, are to compete in the categories for Best Rap Performance, Best Rap/Sung Performance, and Best Rap Song.

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