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Nipsey Hussle casket leaves Staples for funeral procession (Photos)

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Nipsey Hussle casket has left the Staples Center where his Celebration of Life service held for his funeral procession around Los Angeles.

NipseyHussle’s casket will be driven across the city of Los Angeles, a 25-mile stretch following the memorial at the Staples Center on Thursday. This will be his last touring of the streets before he’s laid to rest.

After the funeral procession, Nipsey Hussle casket will be buried at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park.

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As the 25 mile procession rolled through the streets of South LA , Nipsey Hussle coffin was carried in this silver hearse and followed by hundreds of cars.

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Hundreds of cars follow the silver hearse carrying the casket of as the 25 mile procession rolls through the streets of South LA @FOXLA

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The rapper’s casket will travel by his Marathon Clothing store and through multiple Los Angeles neighborhoods on a 25.5 mile funeral procession. It’s expected to take about an hour-and-a-half from Staples Center in downtown L.A. to a funeral home in Crenshaw.

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The hearse with @NipseyHussle’s casket just pulled out of Staples Center, starting the 25-mile procession @LAist @KPCC #nipseyhussle

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Here’s what the @NipseyHussle service program looks like @KPCC @LAist

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The hearse with @NipseyHussle’s casket just pulled out of Staples Center, starting the 25-mile procession @LAist @KPCC pic.twitter.com/dNX3dv52WQ

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John Okonkwo Chukwu and Benneth Nwankwo set for Upcoming High School Musical TV Series, Dreamers

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John Okonkwo Chukwu and Benneth Nwankwo set for Upcoming High School Musical TV Series, Dreamers

Nigerian Film Makers, John Okonkwo Chukwu and Benneth Nwankwo are set to collaborate with Nigerian film maker, Michael Chineme Ike for the first season of a high school musical Tv series, Dreamers.

Award winning Cinematographer, and Editor; John Okonkwo Chukwu will serve as the Director of photography while Benneth Nwankwo will join up as the Associate Director of photography/ Cinematographer.

The upcoming project will mark the fourth collaboration between the three young Nigerian film makers having worked on three films including Hustler 2021, This Is My Story 2020, and Like Filtered Water 2021.

Dreamers, dubbed first of its kind in Nigeria will be produced by MICSTREAMS and directed by Michael Chineme Ike.

The Nigerian musical high school Tv series – which according to the information available on IMDb boosts of over 60 casts and crew – will feature veteran awards winning actress, Ngozi Ezeonu and Blessing Nwankwo.

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Veteran Actresses Ngozi Ezeonu and Blessing Nwankwo to Star In upcoming High school musical Tv series, Dreamers

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Veteran Actresses Ngozi Ezeonu and Blessing Nwankwo to Star In upcoming High school musical Tv series, Dreamers

Veteran Actresses Ngozi Ezeonu and Blessing Nwankwo are set to lead the cast of the upcoming Nigerian High school Musical Tv series, Dreamers.

Ngozi Ezeonu, born Ngozi Ikpelue, May 23, 1965, is a Nigerian actress and former journalist notable for playing maternal roles in Nollywood movies. In 2012, she starred in Adesuwa, a role that earned her the Best Supporting Actress nomination at the 8th Africa Movie Academy Awards.

Although she is best known for her reprisal of mother figures, Ezeonu was originally cast as younger characters at the start of her acting career. In 1993, veteran film director Zeb Ejiro offered Ezeonu a supporting role as Nkechi, the antagonist’s best friend in the Igbo blockbuster Nneka The Pretty Serpent. This was followed by her role in 1994’s Glamour Girls as Thelma, a high society mistress.

Blessing Nwankwo is a Nollywood Veteran Actress and Make up artist. She was Born in the 1960s in Nkanu, Enugu State, Nigeria.

In 2001, Blessing began her Acting Profession in the Nollywood Movie Industry and has Starred in many Nollywood Movies Such Like Royal Crisis, After the altar, My Sister’s Pain, Brought in the Game, Stephine, Mood Maids, Hour of Love, Marks of the gods, the Pain of Love, Onye Ama, My Love my Tears, Divine Intervention, and Heartless Warrior.

The Series dubbed first of its kind written by Nigerian Filmmaker, Michael Chineme Ike will feature over 30 band of talented young Nigerian actors including Nigerian rising musical star, Ipud Rhymes.

John Okonkwo Chukwu and Benneth Nwankwo will serve as Director of photography and Associate Director of photography.

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It’s About Time We Speak Out Against These Fulani Herdsmen – Kcee

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It’s About Time We Speak Out Against These Fulani Herdsmen – Kcee

Singer Kcee, has reacted to the incessant killings by Fulani Herdsmen across the nation.

Via his twitter account, Kcee, said these killings is an act of terrorism on a much bigger level, and that it can happen in any part of the world.

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It’s About Time We Speak Out Against These Fulani Herdsmen – Kcee
It’s About Time We Speak Out Against These Fulani Herdsmen – Kcee

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