A week after the late rapper's birthday, Snoop Dogg stepped on The Breakfast Club to discuss Nipsey Hussle's impact.
Snoop tells Charlamagne that Nipsey's death "broke his heart". He goes on to discuss the impact of Nip's music and how it encouraged individuals to step away from gang violence.
"What he stood for was stopping gang the violence. He was from 60 Crip but he loved gang members. He loved bloods. He loved YG. And the bond he had with the hood, different neighborhoods, was impeccable. He was like a street soldier," said Snoop.
Snoop also compared Nip to 2Pac, saying they moved similarly.
"The spirit Nipsey had was the spirit 2Pac had as far as being up close and personal with the people," Snoop said. "I think Nipsey did what 2Pac couldn't do [...] He Don't rap like him, but he moved like him"