As the hip-hop community continues mourning the death of rapper Nipsey Hussle, new details are emerging about more positive efforts the "4 in the Mornin" artist had planned before his life was cut short.

Born Ermias Ashgedom, Nipsey was gunned down Sunday afternoon outside his clothing store, Marathon Clothing, in South Los Angeles. As Blavity previously reported, the shooter is still at large, but possible suspects have been named. The Los Angeles Times reports the shooting may have been gang-related. 

Celebrities, fellow musicians and fans immediately flooded social media with notes of condolences and tributes for the 33-year-old father of two. However, there was one tweet in particular that caught the attention of mourners.

According to Los Angeles Police Commissioner Steve Soboroff, "Neighborhood Nip" was scheduled to meet with him and members of Roc Nation on Monday to discuss ways they could collectively stop gang violence in the community. 

"We (@LAPDChiefMoore and I ) were meeting, at the request of @NipseyHussle with him and @rocnation tomorrow at 4 pm to talk about ways he could help stop gang violence and help us help kids. I'm so very sad," Soboroff's tweet read. 



Founded in 2008 by rapper Jay-Z, Roc Nation is a global brand development company that works with artists, athletes and producers to promote their work. Roc Nation also dabbles in social activism, producing critically acclaimed documentaries such as Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story to bring awareness to police brutality. Soboroff's remarks were in response to a tweet from Roc Nation's Twitter account offering words of comfort to those affected by Nipsey's passing.

In the wake of his murder, users are encouraging the LAPD and Roc Nation to hold the meeting to honor the Grammy-nominated rapper's request. 

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