A flawless Lauren London took to social media to share a rare selfie where she paid tribute to her late boyfriend, Nipsey Hussle.
On Monday, the actress and model posted an angelic picture of herself after performing one of the most important civic duties.
She proudly showed off her “I Voted” sticker to encourage others to make sure that their voices are heard in the presidential election that is taking place today.
In a simple T-shirt with no makeup, London wore a hat and a face mask with the sticker on it. Fans could not help notice the precious necklace around her neck, which featured a sweet picture of herself with the love of her life.
Supporters also had a lot to say about the heavenly ray of sunlight that hit her face. Hussle’s lady love had a self-explanatory caption for her post: “Vote! Period.”
In the comment section, many people stepped in to share their fantastic theory about the light surrounding London.
Others praised her natural beauty and incredible strength. One fan of the actress stated: “That’s Nip looking down. I just want to hug sis, And the marathon continues. Go vote yall🙌.”
This backer wrote the following comment: “So pretty and unproblematic😍🥰 That green glare always near her. That’s a beautiful spirit looking after her.”
A backer shared this message: “Sis so bomb. Even with a mask on, I really hope Biden wins 😩 my anxiety going to be through the roof tomorrow.”
The mother of two did an interview recently where she spoke about the loss of Hussle. The community activist, businessman, and Grammy-winning artist was killed in March 2019.
She revealed to the media outlet that it is very hard to talk about her life partner. She did open up about their first meeting by revealing: “We started kicking it every day for weeks, and then I realized that we never went to dinner and had, like, a proper first date. From there, it was just…easy. It felt so natural for us to be in each other’s lives.”
She continued by saying: “I can’t talk about our last day together. I have a three-year-old that’s still asking, “Where is Daddy?” He doesn’t understand the concept of death. I haven’t gotten to digest the fullness of it because it’s overwhelming, and I’m in the process of healing myself and my family. But I absolutely feel the love of the city.”
London has often been praised for the dignified way she dealt with this tragedy.