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Nipsey Hussle's estate is 'appraised at $4.1M'… 20 months after his murder


Nipsey Hussle’s estate is ‘appraised at $4.1M’… 20 months after his murder

Two-time Grammy rapper Nipsey Hussle’s estate reportedly received its final inventory appraisal valued at $4,169,088.57 around 20 months after his murder.

The Crenshaw community leader owned 25% shares of stock in his Slauson Avenue store The Marathon Clothing, which is worth $271K – according to TMZ.

Hussle (born Ermias Asghedom) owned 100% interest in All Money In No Money Out Inc., the $2M record label he ran and founded back in 2010.  

20 months after his murder: Two-time Grammy rapper Nipsey Hussle's estate reportedly received its final inventory appraisal valued at $4,169,088.57 (pictured in 2018)

20 months after his murder: Two-time Grammy rapper Nipsey Hussle’s estate reportedly received its final inventory appraisal valued at $4,169,088.57 (pictured in 2018)

Worth $271K: The Crenshaw community leader owned 25% shares of stock in his Slauson Avenue store The Marathon Clothing (pictured in 2018)

Worth $271K: The Crenshaw community leader owned 25% shares of stock in his Slauson Avenue store The Marathon Clothing (pictured in 2018)

Nipsey’s trademark portfolio was worth $913K and he also had pricey personal items like gold pendant chains and Rolex watches.

The Higher hip-hop star’s two heirs – daughter Emani, 12; and son Kross, 4 – from his relationships with Tanisha Foster and Lauren London will eventually inherit 50% each of his estate.

Hussle was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park following his April 11, 2019 Celebration of Life at LA’s Staples Center attended by 21K mourners.  

CEO: Hussle (born Ermias Asghedom) owned 100% interest in All Money In No Money Out Inc., the $2M record label he ran and founded back in 2010

CEO: Hussle (born Ermias Asghedom) owned 100% interest in All Money In No Money Out Inc., the $2M record label he ran and founded back in 2010

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Holding his Grammys: Nipsey's trademark portfolio was worth $913K and he also had pricey personal items like gold pendant chains and Rolex watches

Holding his Grammys: Nipsey’s trademark portfolio was worth $913K and he also had pricey personal items like gold pendant chains and Rolex watches

Heirs: The Higher hip-hop star's two children - daughter Emani, 12; and son Kross, 4 - from his relationships with Tanisha Foster and Lauren London will eventually inherit 50% each of his estate (pictured in 2018)

Heirs: The Higher hip-hop star’s two children – daughter Emani, 12; and son Kross, 4 – from his relationships with Tanisha Foster and Lauren London will eventually inherit 50% each of his estate (pictured in 2018)

Attended by 21K mourners: Hussle was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park following his April 11, 2019 Celebration of Life memorial service at LA's Staples Center

Attended by 21K mourners: Hussle was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park following his April 11, 2019 Celebration of Life memorial service at LA’s Staples Center

Stevie Wonder, Jay Z, Beyoncé, Snoop Dogg, Y.G., Kendrick Lamar, Issa Rae, Michael B. Jordan, LeBron James, and the Nation of Islam minister Louis Farrakhan attended his memorial service.

Eric Holder was indicted by a grand jury in May 2019 for gunning down Nipsey, age 33, outside The Marathon Store in March 2019.

The 30-year-old defendant’s trial has been postponed this month due to the coronavirus pandemic, and his next hearing is scheduled for January 21 – according to the New York Daily News.

Scene of the crime: Eric Holder was indicted by a grand jury in May 2019 for gunning down Nipsey, age 33, outside The Marathon Store in March 2019

Scene of the crime: Eric Holder was indicted by a grand jury in May 2019 for gunning down Nipsey, age 33, outside The Marathon Store in March 2019 

2019 mugshot: The 30-year-old defendant's trial has been postponed this month due to the coronavirus pandemic, and his next hearing is scheduled for January 21

2019 mugshot: The 30-year-old defendant’s trial has been postponed this month due to the coronavirus pandemic, and his next hearing is scheduled for January 21



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