The Marathon Clothing store, founded by the late Nipsey Hussle, in the Crenshaw Plaza in Los Angeles, has been vandalized. On November 17, footage of the aftermath surfaced social media from a man witnessing the damage done.
The man in the video, whose user name on Twitter is iTO_OTmyTWEETER, showcased the windows broken from most of the building with glass shattered everywhere. There is also graffiti tagged on the pavement. You can hear the man angrily express that whoever did this is a hater and that it’s going to get “ugly” for them.
He later followed up with a video that showed several men cleaning up the area and checking out what happened. The caption on the post read, “We got it done…”
We got it done… pic.twitter.com/B8rbvPFkrb
— Father of Yasir (@iTO_OTmyTWEETER) November 17, 2020
It is unknown who may have vandalized the Marathon Clothing Store. The store itself has become a historical landmark in South Central and holds a deep meaning for fans and his loved ones. This one was one of the many businesses that Nip the Great had, and it’s what he left to his family.
The Marathon Clothing store is also where Hussle took his last breath in March 2019 when he was shot and killed in front of the store. The alleged killer Eric Holder is currently awaiting trial.