There has been an overwhelming outcry of support following the death of Nipsey Hussle, which is a testament to the type of human being he was in his 33 years of life. After taking a few days to collect his thoughts upon hearing about the loss of his close friend, YG broke his silence Wednesday (April 3) with a heartfelt tribute post dedicated to Neighborhood Nip.
"Lost for words kuz i got so many of em. We went thru so much shit together tryna make it out of LA with this rap shit, But we always got thru it then talked about it & after we talked. We laughed! You was a real big bro to me no kap," YG said of his "FDT" collaborator. "YOU 1 OF A KIND! I took so long to post you kuz I Kant believe this shit, I don’t wanna believe this shit. I’m not never accepting it."
The Compton native explained that there was television shows being written and a joint album between the pair in the works. "IDGAF what nobody say. It wasn’t yo time to go. I’m lost homie. We had so much shit in the works. TV shows that was being written, A album 2 OF AMERIKKKAZ MOST WANTED that we tried to work on twice but it never got done, If n—-z know NIP then n—-z know."
YG made an appearance on Nip's 2018 debut album Victory Lap for the brash "Last Time That I Checc'd." "Bro got his own recording process. He rather start doin musik at 10am. But we was 4sho gone do it 1 day, damn bro I’m sick. The shit we had is forever bro! THE WORLD DIDNT KNOW WHAT THEY HAD TILL YOU WAS GONE. I BEEN KNEW," he candidly finished.
Check out YG's post below.