The loss of Nipsey Hussle has undoubtedly left a devastating void in the culture, as his peers have been left to honor his name and legacy by carrying on tradition. One of those individuals is the rising star out of Compton known as Roddy Ricch, who was one of the last artists to collaborate with the late rapper on the Hit-Boy produced "Racks in the Middle" that was released in February.
The Feed Tha Streets artist has been paying tribute to Nipsey over the last week on social media, while most recently he's reportedly gotten himself inked to show that the respect is permanent.
In the video that's circulating online, Roddy Ricch appears to have a new face tat that's inspired by Nipsey's "prolific" tattoo, complete with a caption that reads: "@nipseyhussle 💙✌🏽I LOVE U CUZ."
Furthermore, he also recently posted a text message exchange between himself and Nipsey, where the young emcee thanked the fallen legend for giving him an opportunity. From there, Nipsey wrote that the love was mutual, while adding that Roddy Ricch was "was making the coast look good."