Lauren London Honors Nipsey Hussle With Tattoo of His Face: 'Real Love Never Dies'

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Nipsey Hussle will always be with Lauren London. 

The 34-year-old actress took to Instagram on Thursday to share a photo of her new tattoo of her late partner, Hussle. The rapper died on March 31 after being shot outside of his Los Angeles clothing store; Thursday marked his star-studded Celebration of Life service at L.A.'s Staples Center. 

"Real Love Never Dies," she captioned the pic, which showed Hussle's face displayed across her arm, above the phrase, "God will rise." "When you see me, you will always see him #LoveYouHussle #TMC."

London's touching tribute was met with praise from celebs like Nene Leakes, Eniko Hart, Evan Ross and Tamera Mowry-Housley. 

She also shared a post saying she will love him "forever and even after that."

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King Ermias! Love you forever and even after that

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The Game also honored his late friend with some ink, debuting a chest tattoo of Hussle on Wednesday.  

London got emotional during her speech at Hussle's memorial on Thursday, during which she called the rapper the love of her life. London had been dating Hussle since 2013. The two shared a 2-year-old son together, Kross, and the rapper was a father figure to her 9-year-old son, whom she shares with ex Lil Wayne. Hussle was also father to a 7-year-old daughter, Emani, from a previous relationship. 

"I've never felt this type of pain before, but I know God is alive," London said, clearly emotional. "My pain is for my 2-year-old son, who probably won't remember how much his dad loved him." 

"My heart hears you," she later said, in a message to Hussle. "I feel you everywhere. I love you beyond this earth and until we meet again, the marathon continues."

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