Lauren London has shut down claims she is pregnant, nearly two years after the death of her partner Nipsey Hussle.
The 36-year-old actress made it clear she was furious about the online speculation about her personal life as she continues to ‘heal’ and move on from the loss of her son Kross’ father.
Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, she wrote: ‘Woke up to some straight bulls**t. Rumors ! Lies ! On a woman trying her best to heal?! Please stop. I’m NOT pregnant.’
She then added on Instagram Story: ‘Now back to my scared healing circle. #LLNH’.
Nipsey – real name Ermias Asghedom – was shot and killed outside his Marathon clothing store in Los Angeles in March 2019.
The hitmaker was 33 when he died and is survived by Lauren and their four-year-old son.
Nipsey was also father to daughter Emani from a previous relationship and step-father to Lauren’s son Cameron, who she shares with ex Lil Wayne.
Lauren has kept out of the limelight following the death of her longtime love, however, she opened up about her grief on Jada Pinkett Smith’s Red Table Talk last year.
She revealed that ‘connecting with god’ and having the love of her family has been hugely important for her, but there are some days that she struggles.
When asked what advice she has for others who have found themselves in a similar situation, Lauren said: ‘For me, what has been really important is connecting with god.
‘That’s been a struggle because something horrible happens in your eyes and you’re like, “how god?”, but knowing that there is life after this life – it’s not easy, I don’t always wake up on the enlightened side of the bed and the days that I don’t, I let myself, because I’m human.’
She continued: ‘I’m not always going to feel, “I’m gonna be ok,” and that’s ok… I’m gentle with myself and I find things that matter. I try to live with a purpose. When I’m having a bad day, I meditate, I go within. I think that it’s important for the people that love you to remind you how whole you are because trauma and violence, and just life, can make you feel down.
‘To have people that love you, remind you that, “no, you matter and you’ll be ok, that you can do this,” that’s been very important for me.’
Credit: Original article published here.