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Nipsey Hussle In St Louis

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Nipsey Hussle’s baby mama reportedly wants to manage his estate.  Tanisha Foster, the mother of Nipsey’s daughter Emani, will object the appointment of the rapper’s brother, Sam Asghedom, as the administrator of his estate. Foster will reportedly not accept Sam as the manager of Nipsey’s earnings and may even request to be appointed administrator herself.

Since the rapper died without a will, Sam has filed legal documents to be appointed the administrator of Nipsey’s estate — which is estimated at $2 million. A judge is set to rule on Sam’s request on June 10th.

Per California law, Nipsey’s two children — Emani and his son Kross, whom he shares with Lauren London, would split the estate and each child will get around $1 million.

Also, Foster will continue to fight for custody of Emani. If she is successful, she would have control over the finances and would likely be entitled to use some of the money to provide for her daughter.

A judge temporarily blocked Foster from having physical custody of Emani, who is living with Nipsey’s sister, Samantha Smith.