All good things come to an end. As reported by TMZ, Nipsey Hussle's team has opted to shut down the ongoing memorial for the slain rapper in front of his prominent clothing store.

In the weeks following his sudden death, the impromptu memorial had been adorned with candles, balloons, flowers and more. However, those nearby used the memorial site for their personal gain. As reported by HipHopDX, people began selling bootleg t-shirts with the rapper's likeness and charging visitors to take a tour of the neighborhood where the rapper grew up. Furthermore, some food trucks began parking outside of the lot where the memorial had found its home. 

This isn't the first time people have tried to use Nipsey Hussle's death as a source of profit. Prior to the California native's Staples Center memorial service, scalpers had tried to resell free tickets to the event online. While the event was intended to be free for California residents, TMZ reported that scalpers tried to resell tickets to the service for as much as $500. Luckily, Craigslist and AXS worked hard to flag as many of the scalped tickets as possible before the service.

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In other parts of the country, Nipsey Hussle memorials and memories are also being disrespected by clout chasers. During the last week of April, Blavity reported an incident in which a young woman defaced a Nipsey mural in Connecticut. Also, Fox News Host Laura Ingraham disrespected the slain philanthropist by laughing about his death on national television. Luckily, local artists were able to repair the mural in Connecticut, but Laura Ingraham continues to be Laura Ingraham. 

On a brighter note, his memory continues to live on through projects like Vector 90 and the intersection in Los Angeles which has been renamed Nipsey Hussle Square. If we keep pushing, we may even get a Crayola crayon named after Nip one day. Who knows? Until then, the marathon continues.

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