Lauren London Got an Amazing Tattoo in Memory of Nipsey Hussle.
Shortly after delivering her moving message during Nipsey’s memorial service on Thursday, Lauren London shared a photo of a new tattoo she had inked in honor of her late boyfriend and soulmate. “Real Love Never Dies,” the photo caption reads. “When you see me, you will always see him #LoveYouHussle #TMC”
During Nipsey’s homegoing, London also read a touching text message she had written for Nipsey back in January while he was asleep.
“I want you to know I feel real joy in my heart when I’m around you, I feel safe when I am around you, protected,” the message read. “I am totally myself when I am around you. I don’t wear my cool mask anymore. You’ve made me into more of a woman.”
The message continued, “You’ve been my turn up and my church. I wouldn’t want to go through this journey with anyone but you.”
CASSIUS is keeping London and the rest of the family in our thoughts.
Check out London’s new tattoo below:
Guava Island Premiered at Coachella on Thursday Night.
Doesn’t look like there’s any footage floating around since everyone’s phones were reportedly stored away for the event, but Pitchfork was there to recap everything that went down.
“At the screening, attendees (including Pitchfork’s Courtney Cox) had their phones stored and were seated in a jungle-themed room,” Pitchfork shares. “Rihanna’s character Kofi opens the 54-minute film with a voiceover, narrating how she fell for Deni, the singer played by Glover. They begin dating, and Deni becomes a local celebrity. But when he plans to throw a festival, political complications ensue, and his boss begins threatening him. The action comes to a head and Glover must decide whether to save himself or fight for his island.”
During the 54-minute “tropical thriller,” Glover performs “This is America,” “Summertime,” “Feels Like Summer,” and more. It was directed by Hiro Murai, and also stars our fave, Letitia Wright.
The New York Times was also in on the action. Check out their review here.
Jussie Smollett Has Been Sued by the City of Chicago.
According to the New York Times, the city is seeking over $130K to cover the police investigation into his hate crime attack claim.
Part of the lawsuit reads, “Defendant made this report to the C.P.D. officers despite knowing that the purported attack was not for racist or homophobic motives” and “that his purported attackers were, in fact, his acquaintances.”
Read more here.
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