REPORT: Nipsey Hussle's Kids Will Receive 50% Of His Assets

REPORT: Nipsey Hussle’s Kids Set To Each Receive 50% Of Late Rapper’s Assets

More than four-and-a-half years after Nipsey Hussle‘s passing, his $11M worth of assets are being split between the rapper’s two children: Kross, 7, and Emani, 14.

RELATED: Nipsey Hussle’s Brother Reveals His Children Own New Marathon Clothing Store In Los Angeles

Nipsey Hussle’s Kids Were Listed As His Sole Beneficiaries Before His Death

Radar Online reports that, per court docs, Nipsey’s assets come out to around $11,355,597. His children were his only beneficiaries. As such, Kross’ mother, Lauren London, will be awarded about $5.6M in assets on behalf of Kross.

In the case of the assets going to Nipsey’s firstborn, the rapper’s family members — who were recently awarded guardianship of her — will receive the other 50% on Emani’s behalf.

To offset some of Emani’s education- and health-related expenses, Kross and Lauren will reportedly be awarded an extra $113K.

PEOPLE also separately confirmed the reports, citing court docs.

The Rapper’s Children Also Own A Marathon Clothing Establishment In Los Angeles

This development arrives on the heels of his brother, Samiel Asghedom (aka Blacc Sam), revealing that Nipsey’s children own the new Marathon Clothing storefront, The Marathon Rooftop.

As The Shade Room reported, Samiel made the revelation during a sit-down on the Earn Your Leisure podcast. He noted that — considering how hard the rapper worked to establish the company — he wanted to get another brick-and-mortar up and runnin’ to “pass it down” to Nipsey Hussle’s children.

“When I say we own it, it’s in Hussle’s kids’ names. This is something their father worked for, and that they own, and that’s important to me. Also, just having a brick-and-mortar once again reinforced what Hussle told us and taught us. Whether your s**t booming online or slows down, just having that brick-and-mortar and being able to pass it down through the family, I think, is important.”

Regarding recent developments, the man accused of killing Nipsey was sentenced to at least 60 years in prison in February.

The jury reportedly came to the decision after six hours of deliberations. In response to the judgment, Eric Holder‘s attorney — Aaron Jansen — remarked feeling “deeply disappointed.” He also expressed his plans to appeal the decision.

RELATED: Kelly Rowland Dishes On How Nipsey Hussle Helped Shape Her Parenting Approach


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