Lauren London Reacts To Boyfriend Nipsey Hussle's Death With Instagram Tribute: 'I'm Lost Without You'

Nipsey Hussle and Lauren London
Nipsey Hussle and Lauren London arrive at the Warner Music Group Pre-Grammy Celebration at Nomad Hotel Los Angeles on February 7, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images

Actress Lauren London has spoken out following the death of her boyfriend, rapper Nipsey Hussle.

Hussle died at a Los Angeles hospital on Sunday after he was shot multiple times outside of his store, the Marathon Clothing Company.

"I am completely lost I've lost my best friend My sanctuary My protector My soul....I'm lost without you We are lost without you babe I have no words," the actress wrote on Instagram, accompanying a caption with a slideshow of photos featuring Hussle, herself and their 2-year-old son Kross.

London and Hussle, born Ermias Asghedom, had been dating for five years. The photos posted on Tuesday mark the first time that London has shared their son's face on social media.

Hussle also has a daughter, Emani, from a previous relationship.

According to a March 2019 interview with GQ Magazine, Hussle and London met in 2013 when she bought a mixtape from Hussle to gift co-stars on The Game.

London's tribute was posted hours after Eric Holder, the man suspected of killing Hussle and injuring two other men, was taken into custody by the Los Angeles Police Department. The two other victims survived their injuries and have not been identified.

In a press conference Tuesday, LAPD Chief Michel R. Moore said Holder and Hussle were involved in a personal dispute. Holder allegedly came to the store multiple times on Sunday to talk to Hussle and other individuals at his clothing store.

"Mr. Holder walked up on multiple occasions and engaged in a conversation with Nipsey and the others that were there. He left and subsequently came back armed with a handgun and purposefully and repeatedly fired, striking and killing Nipsey Hussle," Moore said.

Hussle, who signed a deal with Atlantic Records in 2017, was nominated for a Grammy earlier this year for his album "Victory Lap."