Nipsey + Axum

In this interview, Nipsey talked about the movie Black Panther as well as how Africa changed his perspective. Personally, after I visited Ethiopia in 2017, I was forever changed. I knew that I was misinformed in America. I also knew that my being misinformed was by no means a mistake. It was intentional. For example, I distinctly recall being in World History class when our teacher, Mr. Skrumbis, skipped the chapter about Joseph Cinque. I remember this well because I was intrigued with Cinque’s picture and I wanted to know his story. However, I wondered why had we skipped that chapter? Also, my travels informed me of the Axumite Empire led by Makeda — Queen of Sheba. One idea that I hold deeply these days is that Nipsey was not a Rollin’ 60’s Crip, rapper, or successful entrepreneur. Instead, Ermias “Nipsey Hussle” Asghedom was a descendant of the Empire of Axum whose mission it was to reconnect Africans and American Blacks with their royal history. In many ways, Nipsey is like Jesus. It’s a wild idea, but it’s one worth mentioning. Jesus led the Hebrew Israelites our of Egypt and into Canaan. Jesus also turned water into wine. Nipsey took regular sweatshirts, socks, and other apparel and turned them into a luxury brand. Nipsey also showed his people the way to success is through having integrity, being dedicated, and being loyal. In his music and interviews, Nipsey mentioned the God, the Bible, and inspired people just as Jesus did. None of that would have been possible if Nipsey weren’t connected with his higher self.

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