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Fight over Nipsey Hussle’s $2 million estate may center on his young children

By many accounts, Nipsey Hussle was a devoted father who made sure that his two young children would never had to worry about money if anything happened to him.
The rapper and savvy entrepreneur reportedly set up trust funds for Emani, 10, and Kross, 2, but it looks like he didn’t get around to settling his affairs in other ways. TMZ reported Wednesday that Hussle didn’t execute a will before he was killed March 31 in a shooting out his South Los Angeles clothing store.
Under California law, this means that Hussle’s children should presumably share equally in the estate, which is valued at around $2 million, TMZ said. But given that Emani and Kross are young minors, a big question over what shakes out with Hussle’s millions centers on who has custody of the children.
If Hussle didn’t leave a will, he also didn’t name anyone to manage the millions he had earned, and continues to earn, from his music and merchandizing, according to TMZ.
Hussle’s family appears to have no problem with Kross’ mother, actress Lauren London , who was Hussle’s girlfriend the past five years. But they are apparently making moves to block Emani’s biological mother, Tanisha Foster, from having any control over the girl’s inheritance, or to any claim to child support from the estate.

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