Game Penned A Poem To Lauren London That Will Have You Bawling Tears

On Wednesday (May 1), The Game posted a pen he wrote dedicated to Lauren London, touching on the love she shared with Nipsey Hussle. You may wanna grab a Kleenex. There’s no doubt that The Game is still sorrowing Nipsey Hussle’s loss of life. Since Nip’s demise, the “Hate It Or Love It” rapper has been very vocal about his love and admiration by posting tributes on Instagram. The Game has made it a point to keep Nipsey’s memory and legacy alive.

Early Wednesday (May 1), Game posted a poem that he wrote for Lauren London.

Though she hasn’t been very present on social media, we can all imagine what she’s going through. The poem, entitled, “Love Never pass away,” describes Lauren and Nipsey’s relationship and what happens when one fins his/her soulmate. Here goes:

“Love never ends”. A poem I wrote for Lauren……. Soulmates are born
Sometimes worlds apart
As they grow, in life
there’s a magnetic energy
that pulls them closer & closer
to one another
This love knows no color
It is blind
When you find this love
there’s a sign
They say you can miss it if you blink
It might pass you by if you think
If by chance the universe aligns
with those two hearts in the same place at the same time
Then & only then will you know
that love in its purest form
has a glow
It has a touch, it has a feel
it can’t be undone
it is God’s will
Just as we’re lucky to have the gift of life
finding a soulmate is living twice
& though one day the physical must part
this love does not live in the dark
2 souls forever bonded & unbreakable seal
An everlasting strength
A heart at the peak of eternal bliss
The feeling you were born to know
The life you were born to share
The love that can never be replaced
as you were created as a pair
You & Nip found one another
As some soulmates never do
Now a picture in black & white
will always be “Nipsey Blue”. #TheMarathonContinues #OneNipPostADayTiliFadeAway

I think it was a lovely poem and it even made me tear up. But other fans don’t seem to think so. The Shaderoom reposted the poem and its comment section was in complete shambles.”He’s so weird,’ said one commenter. Another said, “The game did not be sorrowful this much for his father.” Similar comments followed suit.

So far, Lauren hasn’t responded, yet.

Written by Diana

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