Lauren London Takes Nipsey Hussle Where She Goes Thanks To Unique Piece Of Jewelry -- Photos Confirm Her Love Will Make Sure The Marathon Continues

Lauren London Takes Nipsey Hussle Where She Goes Thanks To Unique Piece Of Jewelry -- Photos Confirm Her Love Will Make Sure The Marathon Continues
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Lauren London found a new way to honor her late partner, Nipsey Hussle, as the actress appeared at the ceremony of this year's Grammy Awards wearing a unique necklace.

The actress and model arrived at the prestigious event looking stunning as ever, but it was the accessory she wore for the evening that gathered the most attention.

For the occasion, the 35-year-old had a small photograph of Nipsey hanging around her neck on a gold chain, and the snap allegedly dates back to the Grammy Awards that took place in 2019.

Lauren combined her piece of jewelry with an all-black sequin outfit with a plunging V-neckline. During the ceremony, London also appeared on the stage of the event as she accepted the Grammy award that Nipsey won posthumously on his behalf.

The late lyricist was awarded a Grammy for the first time, and his hit "Racks in the Middle" dominated in the category for Best Rap Performance.

While taking the award, Lauren made a short acceptance speech, in which she stated that Nipsey created his music for his fans and not just for awards.

Lauren also remarked that God allowed Nipsey to use his hits to speak his truth and share his wisdom with people.

The actress finished her presence on the stage by thanking everyone for the love that was shown and stating that what she felt for him would always live in her heart.

She stated: "I speak on behalf of our family and in honor of Nip, who was a phenomenal vessel. Nip did it not just for the awards, but for the people. God allowed him to use this music to speak his truth, give his wisdom, and something we will forever be able to live with."

She added: "I wanted to thank all of you for showing all the love that I have felt for him all of his life and will always live in my heart."

Besides, the late rapper was victorious in another category, as he was awarded the Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for the song, "Higher," which he created with DJ Khaled and John Legend.

One commenter stated: "You look so stunning Lauren London God blessing upon you always 💞💞💞💞 the marathon continues bel to believe that."

Lauren is carrying herself well.

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  • Leandra
    Leandra Mar 17, 2020 6:54 AM PDT

    I hope they don't mess up this nipsy hustle documentary on Netflix l really dont think they should come out with nothing it's to damn soon someone allways trying to get some money off someone being famous an being gone ppl are still grieving his death dont make sense the money better go to his family his family should try to stop this if not then they need to be apart of it an noone needs to play him cause he was different and one of kind that's why his death effected us all over the world different N yeah l blocked notification cause l don't have time for ppl in they smart remarks!

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