Lauren London made an emotional tribute to her late boyfriend, rapper Nipsey Hussle, who was killed on March 31 of this year.
The 35-year-old actress, who is mourning her deceased life partner, appeared in a new Puma video campaign titled "Forever Stronger."
In the footage, you can see Lauren, who debuted with a new hairstyle, walking through Crenshaw, the Los Angeles neighborhood where Nipsey spent her childhood and recites a poem by rapper's sister, Samantha Smith.
In a sad voice, Lauren cited a couple of lines of the poem and said: “Pain is light, pain is perception. The body hurts, but the spirit grows. The flesh is starving while wisdom overflows, "and she continued with:" I have a question that only the Lord knows: Does life give birth to us twice? "
The campaign video was uploaded to YouTube, and the description indicated that the actress was proud to join forces with Puma during this next chapter of her trip and congratulated Lauren for the creative vision she had brought to the production.
The romantic relationship between Nipsey and Lauren began in 2013, and the two welcomed their son, Kross Ermias Asghedom, in August, three years later. In addition to the son, they share; Each of them has a child from a previous relationship.
It seems that Laurenn plans to continue what her lover had begun in the past since Nipsey was an important ambassador for Puma while he was still alive.
Earlier this year, the sports brand joined forces with the rapper's clothing brand, The Marathon Continued, and created a new line that hit stores in September.
A fan said this: "Wow! God! It's really coming, sister! It gives me the chills again just seeing these pictures. I'm very happy to see your post. You're in my prayers daily. 🔥🔥🔥"
Another commenter shared: “Pain is perception. The body hurts, but the spirit grows. "POWER,quot; You were chosen to keep him pressed as the perfect person for the queen queen task. Go head, girl! We are proud of you. I am sure he is smiling at you.
A third social media user said: "I am so proud of you that I feel that I have not seen your face in an eternal little sister." Your strength is inspiring and the poem was beautifully written … You did that 👏🏾 ️👏🏾 holding down 🏁 proud is a euphemism. "
A fourth follower wrote: The body hurts, but the spirit grows. I felt that. Turning pain into power 🙏🏽🌹 ".
Lauren carries the torch in a powerful way.