LOS ANGELES - Kameron Carter, the son of Nipsey Hussle's fiancee Lauren London, shared a dream he had about the hip hop icon during a moving speech at a memorial service in Staples Center.
The young boy, dressed in a blue suit and tie, said he had a dream about Hussle two days after the musician was killed in South Los Angeles.
"I was in a paradise and I was playing in the ocean water when Ermias popped up right behind me," Kameron said. "He said, 'What up Killa?' cause that's my nickname to him."
Kameron, who called Hussle by his real name Ermias Asghedom, said in the dream he then gave the 33-year-old a hug and shortly after that Hussle vanished.
The boy said he told London about the dream.
"After I told her, I was thinking about it and I realized that Ermias told me what heaven was like. He told me it was paradise," Kameron said.
He went on to say that Hussle would often tell him to yell "respect" in the mornings out of a window. Kameron then got the audience to yell the phrase on the count of three.
"In memory of Ermias Asghedom from Aug. 15, 1985 to 2019 March 31," Kameron said.
He was also joined by siblings Emani and Kross Asghedom, and cousin Khalil Kimble.