Child Services Involved In Custody Case Of Nipsey Hussle’s Daughter, Hearing Delayed After Tanisha Breaks Down In Court
The Department of Children and Family is now involved in the custody case of Nipsey Hussle’s daughter. Get the scoop.
Nipsey Hussle‘s family and Tanisha Foster, the mother of his daughter, made their way to court on Tuesday for a custody hearing concerning 10-year-old Emani Asghedom.
Before heading to court Tanisha (aka Chyna Hussle) took to social media saying she was ready to “rise to the occasion” for her children.
According to reports, the hearing was very emotional as the courtroom had to be cleared as Tanisha broke down when she saw Emani.
She said she hasn’t seen her daughter in months.
Nipsey’s sister, Samantha Smith, and his brother, Blacc Sam, appeared in L.A. County Superior Court Tuesday for a hearing on the guardianship of the rapper’s 10-year-old daughter, Emani Asghedom.
Emani’s mother, Tanisha, was at the hearing as well and broke down crying when she saw her daughter for the first time in what she said was months.
The courtroom was cleared for 20 minutes while Tanisha and Emani spent some time together. However, the hearing was pushed until Friday when a final decision is to be made on custody and finances.
Via The Blast:
Tanisha is also going to bring up the fact that she has joint custody of Emani, as was awarded years back when she entered into a custody order with Nipsey.
Along with custody, we’re told Tanisha will be filing for child support and wants the financial assistance to come from Nipsey’s estate.
The Department of Children and Family is now involved because Emani is a minor.
I hope this gets resolved before it gets ugly.