Barack Obama was one of those A-list personalities who came out to support and remember recently deceased rapper and music producer, Nispey Hussle.
After Hussle’s untimely demise following a brutal and murderous shooting, his fame and music has managed to reach ears that weren’t quite acquainted with him before.
In a heartfelt and beautiful letter sent to Nipsey’s family during the day of his memorial service, Barrack Obama dishes on how he had never met the rapper, but heard of his music through his teenage daughters.
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Impressed by his efforts to transform the community, Obama affirms how his legacy is truly worth celebrating.
“While most folks look at the Crenshaw neighborhood where he grew up and see only gangs, bullets, and despair, Nispey saw potential. He saw hope. He sae community that, even through its flaws, taught him to always keep going.”
He further states:
“His choice to invest in that community rather than ignore it–to build a skills training center and a coworking space in Crenshaw; to lift up the Eritrean-American community;to set an example for young people to follow–is a legacy worth celebrating.”
Read his full letter below:
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Let us hope the inspiration and work he started continues in the same direction.