The mother of Nipsey Hussle's daughter is sending a warning to fans looking to support his family, and letting everyone know that she is not crowdsourcing for financial assistance.
Over the past few days, a Go Fund Me page was created which appears to show Tanisha Foster asking the public for $500,000.
Foster, who goes by Chyna Hussle on social media, is telling Nipsey's generous fans to be weary and understand that any GoFundMe pages are bogus.
According to the posting, donation page states that there are a "lot of real single mothers who don't ask for nothing but need help"
It's unclear how much money has been collected by the fake page, but none of it will be going to Tanisha or her daughter, Emani.
Tanisha went on social media and wrote, "So now ppl are playing and making fake accounts plz be aware that it is not me."
It's unclear who is behind the account, and since the donation page is hard to find, they may not have even raised much.
As we first reported, The mother of Nipsey Hussle's 10-year-old daughter is fighting to regain custody of the child.
In court documents, she claimed the late rapper's sister took custody of the girl after he was killed without her consent.
Nipsey's sister has the support of the late star's brother, Blacc Sam, and his father, who both signed off that they believe Emani should be with Samantha.
The custody and guardianship case continues to be fought in LA County court.
Nipsey Hussle was killed in a violent shooting in front his Los Angeles clothing store.
Eric Holder has been charged with the murder and will be in court this week for a preliminary hearing.