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Shortly before he was gunned down in front of the clothing store he owned in South Los Angeles in March, rapper, activist and entrepreneur Nipsey Hussle had plans to meet with lawmakers to discuss an idea he had to help funnel investment dollars in his native South L.A. as well as other distressed black communities

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Fenty doesn’t hit shelves until May 29, but understandably, everyone wants to own a piece of Rihanna’s new fashion line. That said, realistically, not everyone can afford the luxury price point—which earned the multi-hyphenate mogul some flak in these internet streets for its lack of accessibility.

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