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How rapper Nipsey Hussle gave back to the community that raised him

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Published on Apr 1, 2019

Grammy-nominated rapper Nipsey Hussle died Sunday after being gunned down in broad daylight in Los Angeles. In addition to his successful music career, the native of south L.A. was an entrepreneur and activist, dedicated to initiatives supporting youth and the black community, especially where he grew up. John Yang talks to The Undefeated’s David Dennis Jr. about Hussle’s life and legacy.

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