Lauren London claps back at outrage over deleted pics with Diddy
Lauren London said what she said and that’s that, on that.
Lauren London, who is still mourning the death of her fiance and West Coast rapper Nipsey Hussle, was obliged to address the outrage that followed a slew of since-deleted pictures showing her posed up with Diddy.
The Internet turns against Lauren London
The internet erupted on Thursday after Diddy uploaded images of him and Lauren London, in a Mr and Mrs Smith themed photoshoot.
The rap mogul quickly deleted the posts from his Instagram page but it was already too late.
Screenshots of the post made their way across forums and social media, and people were perturbed with how Lauren London was seemingly quick to move on with a business friend of her late fiance.
“Stop f***ing playing with me”
Lauren London is not known for the fiery clapbacks. However, when you speak foul on her name, and Hussle’s, there is no telling which side of the beauty you will encounter.
Sure enough, the 35-year-old did not take well to the outrage. After all, the internet reacted to the pictures without taking in the context behind it.
Although, Diddy did not help the situation by posting and deleting the images.
London’s first post was an image of Hussle with the caption, “still his! King Ermias! Never forget!”
This was followed by a more aggressive post, where she warns people to “stop f***ing playing with me and my name.”
Diddy, who started all of this, has not addressed the outrage.
What’s the latest on Nipsey Hussle murder case?
Eric Holder’s most recent court appearance was on Wednesday 19 February. Holder is the man accused of killing Hussle outside of his The Marathon store on Slauson Avenue, Crenshaw, CA, in March 2019.
As reported by Vibe, a trial date has been set for the murder case. It’s believed the two-week trial is set to kick off between late March, around the anniversary of Hussle’s death, and early April 2020.
Holder is currently charged with one count of murder, two counts of attempted murder, one count of assault with a firearm, and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon. He faces a maximum of life in prison.