Tanisha Foster, the ex-girlfriend of Nipsey Hussle, has decided like Lauren London to pay tribute to him on Father’s Day.
Hussle’s baby mama, also known as Tanisha Asghedom or Chyna Hussle, has been mourning the late rapper who was gunned down earlier this year while doing a good deed.
Tanisha is currently involved in a custody battle with Nipsey’s sister, Samantha Smith over her 10-year-old daughter, Emani Asghedom.
To commemorate her first Father’s Day without Hussle, Tanisha shared a sweet photo of him with his daughter.
Her caption read: “No caption needed.” She also confirmed that “they are hurting.”
One critic shared: “The whole family is saying @chynahussle isn’t fit for her daughter, and by the looks, she is never with her lately even when nip was alive @babyyhairz do what’s best for@your niece this woman needs help.”
A supporter revealed: “I am sending you and your baby girl prayers. I don’t know you, but I do know everyone grieves in their own way. People will judge you, but they never lived in your shoes, cherish your memories because that’s something no one can take from you. Whatever you and Nipsey went through it’s no one’s business but yours, and at a time like this, it doesn’t matter all that matters in that you hold your memories in your heart. God Bless you and your baby girl.”
Another backer told Tanisha: “What a beautiful portrait beautiful family those memories will never be forgotten. So sorry for your loss and just 🙏🙏 that your daughter gets through this and she needs you more than ever now. Keep your head up dear and just know that God got you and Emani. Stay strong; God is with you baby girl. You’re loved & protected, no matter what. Always remember that.♥️”
A fourth person told her to keep fighting:”Keep your head up @chynahussle. Your daughter needs you to be strong. I hate how ppl speak ill of you & never met you before. I’m sure you have a lot to think about. I wish you the best!”
Meanwhile, millions of fans all over the world are praying for Hussle’s family and have been inspired by him to help their communities.
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