Nipsey Hussle's 2 Kids Each to Be Awarded 50% of Assets as Estate of Late Rapper Settled

Hussle's kids, son Kross, 7, and daughter Emani, 14, are his two sole beneficiaries after his death in March 2019

<p>David Crotty/Patrick McMullan via Getty </p> Nipsey Hussle in Los Angeles in February 2019

David Crotty/Patrick McMullan via Getty

Nipsey Hussle in Los Angeles in February 2019

Nipsey Hussle's two kids have been named his sole beneficiaries after his tragic death in March 2019 at age 33.

According to documents obtained by PEOPLE, negotiations over the late rapper's estate have come to a close and his two kids — son Kross, 7, whom he shared with ex Lauren London and daughter Emani, 14, whom he shared with ex Tanisha Foster — will split his assets.

London, 38, who dated the late rapper from 2013 up until his death, will be awarded 50% of cash and non-cash assets on behalf of Kross. They will also be awarded an additional $113,000 to offset payments made for Emani's "health, education and other matters."

In Emani's case, Hussle's brother Samiel Asghedom — who also served as administrator of the estate— and his family were awarded guardianship of the late rapper's daughter and will be awarded the other 50% of assets on her behalf.

Related: Lauren London Posts Tribute to Nipsey Hussle on What Would've Been His 38th Birthday: 'Forever More'

The assets in question are a 2012 Chevy Suburban, 100% membership interest in All Money Inc, 100% interest in Marathon Studios, 100% interest in The Marathon Touring, 100% interest in The Marathon Clothing Inc and his trademark portfolio — along with various other companies and businesses.

The grand total of assets is worth over $11 million.

As the anniversary of his fatal shooting approached earlier this year, London spoke candidly about how she's coped since the tragedy on a January episode of the PEOPLE Every Day podcast.

"I have to wake up with the intention of this every day because there are days I don't want to, and I'm like angry about it," London told PEOPLE Every Day host Janine Rubenstein. "And that's what healing is. It is up and down, side to side, all over the place. You know what I mean? And with each new level, there's something else."

Jerritt Clark/Getty Lauren London and Nipsey Hussle
Jerritt Clark/Getty Lauren London and Nipsey Hussle

Eric Holder, the man convicted of killing Hussle (born Ermias Joseph Asghedom) was later sentenced to at least 60 years in prison. He was found guilty of first-degree murder, plus two counts of attempted voluntary manslaughter and two counts of assault with a firearm after his gunfire wounded two bystanders.

The Los Angeles Times and the Associated Press reported that Holder must serve 25 years to life in state prison for Hussle's murder, and an additional 25 years to life "based on a sentencing enhancement" because he used a gun. Holder also got another 10 years in prison for shooting the two bystanders.

Holder's trial lasted just over two weeks and was delayed after he was allegedly assaulted by multiple people in a jail holding cell while waiting to be brought to court. During the trial, his attorney said Holder did shoot Hussle, but that the gunfire was not premeditated and erupted in the "heat of passion," according to The New York Times.

Related: Lauren London Remembers Nipsey Hussle on the 4th Anniversary of His Death: 'Nothing Was Ever the Same'

Deputy District Attorney John McKinney, however, said in his opening statement that there was "no doubt" Holder knew in advance he'd kill Hussle, and said it was likely motivated by the jealousy that Holder, an aspiring rapper, had over Hussle's success as an artist, the Los Angeles Times reported.

One year ago, on what would have been Hussle's 37th birthday, the rapper was immortalized on Hollywood Boulevard with a star on the Walk of Fame. The ceremony was attended by his family, including London, and fellow rappers YG and Roddy Ricch.

After wishing Hussle a happy birthday, London gave the ceremony's first speech. "I think I speak for the entire city of L.A. when I say that we've always known Hussle was destined for greatness," she told the crowd before adding, "This moment only amplifies this for us. Nip would've been honored by this moment."

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