Nipsey Hussle's Girlfriend Lauren London Shares Photo of Son Kameron Carrying Baby Brother Kross
Lauren London was definitely feeling the love during this year's Mother's Day when she posted a picture of her kids on Instagram.
Lauren London decided to celebrate this year's Mother's Day with a picture of her two children – Kameron Samuel Ari Carter and Kross Asghedom.
Nipsey had also been remembered by DJ Khaled, Roddy Ricch, Meek Mill, as they offered their touching words on Instagram.
The photo showed 10-year-old Kameron, whom she shares with ex-fiancé Lil Wayne, holding his 3½-year-old brother Kross Ermias, whom London shared with her late boyfriend, Nipsey Hussle. Kameron also appeared to kiss his baby brother on the cheek in the image that was captioned:
"The absolute Honor of being their Mother. This Love has saved me. Peace to all the mommas / Happy Mother's Day."
Soon after the post dropped, several of the actress' fans and fellow celebrities took to the comment section to drop words of encouragement for her.
While one person wished her a happy Mother's Day, another follower told the mother-of-two that her kids are honored to have her.
American writer and performer, Erin Foster, and singer-songwriter, Sinead Harnett, sent some love Lauren's way as Heather B – through her Happy Hour page – told Lauren that her strength would continue to inspire millions around the world.
Lauren has had to parent her boys since the passing of Nipsey, born Ermias Joseph Asghedom, who was gunned down near his clothing store – the Marathon Clothing Company.
"More importantly, when there's an empty space, when there's a loss, you just do things in their honor and that fills up a little bit of the hole."
CBS News revealed that for the first anniversary of his death, the 35-year-old posted an emotional tribute where she declared that she would give anything to see him again. Lauren also claimed that she never believed that she would survive the pain that came with his death.
Billboard reported that Nipsey had also been remembered by DJ Khaled, Roddy Ricch, Meek Mill, as they offered their touching words on Instagram.
The late rapper was posthumously honored by the Grammys when he clinched multiple awards at the 2020 awards ceremony.