Nipsey Hussle was working on different projects in his quest to help the black community when his life was cut short on March 31, 2019.
He spoke with a Sirius XM show about investing in Vector 90 – a co-working space in South Central for entrepreneurs that also taught STEM classes to students.
Nipsey was all about his community, investing in Vector 90, a co-working space in South Central LA for entrepreneurs and place for young people to take classes in STEM. Please take a moment to watch this. His legacy. pic.twitter.com/OnrPS3cZeQ
— Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) April 1, 2019
The rapper and businessman also had a meeting scheduled today with the LAPD to help bring an end to gang violence.
We (@LAPDChiefMoore and I ) were meeting , at the request of @NipseyHussle with him and @rocnation tomorrow at 4pm to talk about ways he could help stop gang violence and help us help kids. I’m so very sad https://t.co/rcGtvw9c6L
— Steve Soboroff (@SteveSoboroff) April 1, 2019
He was also working on a documentary about Dr. Sebi, the Honduran herbalist who gained notoriety after he found a cure for HIV/AIDS. Soon after sharing his findings, Dr. Sebi was murdered.
Nipsey thought it was important to share Dr. Sebi’s message and his fans hope that someone influential in the industry will take over this project on his behalf.