Fans To Be Allowed To Send Nipsey Hussle Flowers At His Grave-site; Details Inside

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Everybody will get a chance to bid Nipsey Hussle goodbye.

Fans who were not able to score a ticket to his memorial can still pay their respects to the fallen star by sending flowers to his final resting place.

Nipsey is scheduled to be buried Thursday after his memorial at Staples Center, and officials at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Hollywood Hills tell The Blast fans can send flowers to his graveside via the cemetery’s flower shop.

The flower shop has tons of options available, including exquisite bouquets of blue roses, for $135. However, flowers are the only items allowed at the grave. We’re told any gifts and mementos, including photos or CD’s, are not allowed and will be collected by cemetery employees at the end of every night.

For those actually looking to visit the final resting place of Nipsey, the cemetery is open to the public, but it’s currently unclear if his family will make his graveside known, or keep the information private.

Nipsey Hussle’s Celebration of Life will take place Thursday, followed by a final “victory lap” around the streets of South Los Angeles with his casket.

As we reported, Grammy-award winning singer Anthony Hamilton will be singing during the memorial, and other stars are expected to perform.

The burial is scheduled to take place after the funeral procession, and the actual service will more than likely just include family and close friends.

Nipsey will be also among the Hollywood elite in his final resting place. Paul Walker, Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher, Lou Rawls, Michael Clarke Duncan and Lucille Ball are just some of the stars buried at Forest Lawn.

For those not able to attend, Nipsey’s memorial will also be streamed live on BET.

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