NIPSEY HUSSLE’S MARATHON CLOTHING STORE VANDALIZED
On Tuesday (Nov. 17), film surfaced via web-based media indicating broke entryways and windows and spray painting outside the store, which is situated on Crenshaw Boulevard and Slauson Avenue in Nipsey’s people group of South Central L.A. Different stores in the strip shopping center seemed to have likewise been vandalized.
Another video shows great samaritans from the network clearing up the wrecked glass in the parking garage.
We got it done… pic.twitter.com/B8rbvPFkrb
— Father of Yasir (@iTO_OTmyTWEETER) November 17, 2020
It’s muddled who was behind the demolition or what the thought process was, however there have been reports of expanded brutality in the region. A year ago, the Los Angeles Times detailed of a man being lethally wounded and vacationers being burglarized.
Fans and neighborhood occupants took to online media to communicate their stun and misery over the pulverization, while offering their own speculations.
Bro the whole area should be protecting that store smh Weak ass dudes ,funny though this happens after they release FDT tees just a week or so ago…. can this year be over already.
— B. Maurice (@BenoMaurice) November 17, 2020
No witness despite the fact that it obviously made a lot of noise? Smell like the police did it
— ⚡️artist⚡️ (@sickpencil) November 17, 2020
A fence was raised around the strip shopping center last August in anticipation of development on a blended use advancement considered Nipsey Hussle Tower that will incorporate an exhibition hall. Nipsey opened the Marathon Clothing store in June 2017 and sold product highlighting his “Crenshaw” logo in cursive.
The 33-year-old rapper was shot and executed external the store on March 31, 2019. Nipsey claimed the strip mall, which was being examined for group action before his passing.