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‘I Know Nip Is Smiling Down’: Lauren London Wishes Her and Nipsey Hussle’s Son a Happy Fourth Birthday

Lauren London and Nipsey Hussle‘s adorable son Kross Asghedom celebrated his fourth birthday on Aug. 31 and fans flooded his mom’s post about the day with love and well-wishes.

In her sweet birthday post, which received over 1,920,000 likes, Kross can be seen throwing his Black Power fist in the air with a smile on his face, while wearing a matching patterned shirt-and-short set, white socks, and little black loafers.

Lauren London shared a heartfelt message for her youngest son Kross, whose father is the late rapper Nipsey Hussle./Photo Credit: @laurenlondon/Instagram

Lauren kept her caption short and sweet, writing an affirming message for her baby boy. “My Little Prince. Son of Ermias. You Are Love. You will Soar. I am Honored to Be Your Mommy. Happiest Birthday Kross The Boss. 💙✨.”

Fans left more than 41,100 comments in support of little Kross and his mother, as they celebrated his special day without Nip.

“It’s the house shoes for me 😭😍 happy birthday Krossyyy 💙,” wrote one well-wisher.

“I love this so much! Wow!! Kross The Boss!!!! Happy Birthday future King!! 🤎🥳😘,” another exclaimed.

“Happy Birthday young prince😍😍😍🥳🥳 God u look just like ur daddy🙏🏾,” remarked a third.

“Omg he’s getting so big!! 😍😍 God bless him I know Nip is smiling down at him just wish he was still in the physical 🙏🏾💙,” a fourth wrote.

Little Kross Asghedom is all smiles on his fourth birthday./ Photo Credit: @laurenlondon/Instagram

London has been the epitome of strength following the untimely death of her longtime partner in March 2019. She appeared on Jada Pinkett Smith’s “Red Table Talk” series to discuss how she’s been able to continue moving forward after experiencing such a tragedy.

“For me what’s really been important is like connecting with God, and that’s been a struggle because something horrible happens in your eyes and you’re like ‘How God?’ And knowing that there is life after this life,” London told Pinkett-Smith. “It’s not easy. I don’t always wake up on the enlightened side of the bed, and the days that I don’t I let myself ’cause I’m human.”

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