Nipsey Hussle’s daughter’s mother has filed legal documents opposing the current guardianship agreement.
The late Nipsey Hussle’s death will be commemorated on the third anniversary of his death at the end of this month, roommates. While his legacy lives on, his family continues to battle for the right to take care of his daughter.
In addition to his daughter, Emani Asghedom, the Asghedom family is still embroiled in a court dispute over her custody. As the mother of 13-year-old daughter Tanisha Foster, Tanisha is said to be against the current guardianship agreement in place. It gives Nipsey’s brother Sam Asghedom, as well as other family members, custody of the girl.
In a recent filing, Tanisha stated that she and Nipsey were in a “loving relationship” at the time of his death in 2019. Many of us, however, were aware of his highly publicized connection with Lauren London, the mother of his son, Kross.
He and Tanisha shared custody of Emani before his death, and he was the primary financial supporter. Housing, food, and other living expenses for Emani and Tanisha.
Tanisha claims she enabled guardianship to take hold at the time of Nipsey’s death, giving numerous of Nipsey’s family members custody of the child.
According to court documents, “Tanisha’s motivation for doing so was in recognition of her own financial limitations,” her desire to maintain the standard of living and family contact the minor had experienced with the paternal family prior to her father’s death, and upon the verbal assurances that each of them would act in the best interests of Emani.”
Tanisha, on the other hand, looks dissatisfied with the agreement. As soon as they agreed, Nipsey’s family started taking advantage of their wealth and power to ignore their priorities and manipulate the desires of Emani and Tanisha by not giving them money and limiting their access to the family.
Another point raised by Tanisha in the filing is that Nipsey’s family has shown a strong hatred for her and prefers Lauren London.
According to the lawsuit, Nipsey’s family “has regularly displayed their hatred for Emani’s mother in favor of Lauren London, the mother of the other two children.” Such attitudes may jeopardize (the family’s) capacity to fulfill their fiduciary duties as guardians of the minor’s estate. “
Tanisha promises that she has remained an active participant in Emani’s life. She explained, “I frequently stay the night with her, I drive her to school, and I continue to do everything a parent would do with their child.”
I am quite dissatisfied that the guardians refuse to answer my calls. On their cellphones, they have blocked me. To speak with the guardians, I must use a third party or Emani. “
Tanisha and the Asghedom family are scheduled to appear in court the following day.