Nipsey Hussle‘s estate is facing a lawsuit over an old judgment the rapper was supposed to pay before he was shot and killed.
A company called Paramount Recording Group has filed a lawsuit, claiming Nipsey never paid a 2012 judgment they won against the rap star.
The Blast reports Paramount Recording Group are seeking to get $32K they won against the rapper. This marks the first suit against Nipsey’s estate.
The rapper was shot and killed in front of his business, The Marathon Clothing Store on March 31.
He didn’t leave behind a will, so a judge is currently trying to help the family sort out who will end up in control of Nip’s estate.
His brother Blacc Sam is attempting to gain control of the estate so he can help clean up Nipsey’s books and keep his businesses running.
Blacc Sam estimates Nipsey left behind an estate worth over $2 million.
He also recently filed paperwork in support his sister’s petition to gain custody of Nipsey’s oldest daughter, Emani, that he shared with a woman named Tanisha. Nipsey’’s sister, Samantha Smith, argued that Tanisha can’t properly take care of Emani and said that putting Nipsey’s daughter in the care of his immediate family would be in the child’s best interest.