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In the clip, which has since been removed from his Instagram page but which you can view below, the rapper is seen rocking a plain white t-shirt with the words “How Nipsey before Trump?”.
He was apparently seen wearing the t-shirt at Coachella music festival over the weekend, reports The Blast.
Miguel has spoken out in the past about Trump’s treatment of Mexico and his decision to build a border wall to keep immigrants away.
Hussle was shot and killed on March 31 at the age of 33. He was memorialised at a service at The Staples Center earlier this week in LA, with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Barack Obama and Kendrick Lamar all paying tribute to Nipsey.
But there were ugly scenes following Hussle’s funeral, when one person was killed and three people were injured following a shooting.
Meanwhile, Los Angeles City Council recently announced plans to further pay tribute to the rapper’s legacy and work in the local community by naming a Los Angeles intersection after him.
“Nipsey will always be remembered for delivering a pure, authentic Los Angeles sound; his numerous philanthropic efforts; his innovative, community-focused business mindset; and his humble heart,” Los Angeles City Council’s Marqueece Harris-Dawson said in a statement.