Nipsey Hussle’s fans have been not pleased more than reports that his loved ones members have been promoting tickets to attend his memorial service planned for this Thursday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Nipsey, 33, was gunned down outdoors his clothes shop in Los Angeles on Sunday, March 31. Fans have been in mourning ever due to the fact.

According to TMZ, only fans holding pricey tickets could would be permitted to attend his star-studded memorial service inside the 21,000 seat Staples Center exactly where the Los Angeles Lakers play and exactly where Michael Jackson’s memorial service was held in 2009.

The loved ones and Roc Nation employees attended a private meeting with Staples officials and members of the LAPD to program the logistics of the occasion, according to TMZ.

The relatives passed on booking smaller sized venues that held up to two,000 individuals.

TMZ reported that tickets have been getting sold, and fans took to social media to express their disgust. Some noted that his fans who reside in the low earnings Hyde Park neighborhood cannot afford to obtain tickets.

“He would never ever have us to spend to see him be laid to rest,” wrote one particular irate fan on Instagram.com.

An additional fan wrote: “Staples Center truly [trying to] make cash off this?”

But Nipsey’s enterprise companion Karen Civil took to Twitter.com to clear up the report that tickets have been getting sold to the memorial service.

“FAKE F*CKING NEWS!” she wrote prior to adding:

“I want to officially let @NipseyHussle fans & supporters know there will be NO promoting of tickets to his funeral. A lot of incorrect data was released these days, please know in the upcoming days and official statement will be created quickly.”


There also reports that the beloved West Coast rapper will be buried with his prized possessions, which includes this custom created gold and diamond chip pendant in the likeness of Civil Rights activist Malcolm X, who was assassinated even though delivering a speech at Manhattan’s Audubon Ballroom in 1965.

L.A. police officials sparked rumors following they mentioned Nipsey was “assassinated”. This statement was created only 15 minutes following Nipsey had been shot – prior to anybody knew the identity of the killer.

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