Nipsey Hussle has been all over national headlines after his untimely death by alleged murderer Eric Holder, 29. Over the past two weeks, "Nipsey" influence has marinated the minds of family, friends, and fans as they've mourned Hussle in death, as well as celebrated his life. Nevertheless, we've reached the moment where we physically say goodbye to Hussle via his funeral ceremony and burial.

Nipsey: Paying your last respects via live stream

I previously reported concerns about Nipsey Hussle funeral tickets, where people treated the situation as if they were concert tickets, rather than admission to a man's memorial service.

Unfortunately, people have been reselling them online for hundreds of dollars. With this in mind, not everyone received admission into Nipsey Hussle's funeral due to individuals grabbing several tickets without intentions of actually using them.

Fortunately for fans who want to virtually attend, a live funeral broadcast will be available through various sources online. According to KTLA, they will broadcast Hussle's funeral live via their Facebook page. Also, BET reports it will do the same, specifically the company's "BET News" page. Likewise, several other TV stations and news media will have similar funeral live streaming services available during Nipsey Hussle's ceremony. KTLA reports that the live funeral broadcast will start at 10 AM PST and end around noon.

Nipsey's funeral will be held at Staples Center, in Los Angeles, California. After the ceremony, the procession for Hussle will course through Los Angeles streets, even passing by Nipsey's Marathon Clothing store while on its way to Forest Lawn Memorial Park. This is where Hussle will lay to rest. During the funeral broadcast, thousands are expected to gather at Staples Center, the rapper's store location, and also along the route of his funeral procession.

Lasting thoughts on Nipsey Hussle

It's an unfortunate fact that life can change within a blink of an eye. As Nip's bodyguard, J Roc, mentions via his Instagram post: "Never in a million years I thought I would be writing some s**t like this … we haven’t made a 100 Million yet … we was suppose to grow old and I call u big nose [sic] shoot jokes on you all day… but instead I’m here in tears writing this [sic] I wish I was there [sic] I would switch places with you."

The murder of Nipsey Hussle hit him so hard, he announced his retirement from the security industry.

Although Ermias "Nipsey Hussle" Asghedom will always be remembered in his fans' and family's hearts, as well as through his music and contributions, April 11 is a day that'll forever be etched in recorded history. For Hussle, music wasn't just a career. It was his escape, outlet, and expression. Nipsey and his lyrics touched countless lives because his words were empowering and thought-provoking. And ironically enough, no words will be able to describe how much the world appreciated and will appreciate Nipsey Hussle's existence.