Tributes continue to pour in for Nipsey Hussle, who died on March 31 in Los Angeles.

The latest one comes from fellow West Coast rapper YG, who posted a heartfelt homage to the fallen artist on his Instagram account on Wednesday (April 3). In his IG post, the Compton native wrote a lengthy message about his friendship with Nipsey and revealed that he tried to work on a collaborative album with the beloved Victory Lap creator.

"I’m lost homie. We had so much shit in the works," he wrote in part. "TV shows that was being written, A album “2 OF AMERIKKKAZ MOST WANTED” that we tried to work on twice but it never got done, If niggaz know NIP then Niggaz know bro got his own recording process. He rather start doin musik at 10am."

"But we was 4sho gone do it 1 day, damn bro I’m sick," he continued. "The shit we had is forever bro! THE WORLD DIDNT KNOW WHAT THEY HAD TILL YOU WAS GONE I BEEN KNEW!"

In addition to the letter, YG shared two photos: one featuring himself and Nipsey in much happier times and the other (when you swipe left) featuring himself posing at the makeshift memorial that was created in front of Nipsey's clothing store, The Marathon.

You can read YG's heartfelt tribute to Nipsey Hussle below.

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