Nipsey Hussle's estate is making sure no one takes advantage of the late rapper's name. There are people in LA trying to sell knockoffs of Nipsey's merchandise. According to TMZ, Nip's brother, Samiel Asghedom has filed a lawsuit against several entities that the estate believes are behind a bunch of e-commerce websites selling knockoff Marathon-related clothing. Of course that's Nipsey's known brand. Samiel thinks many of these sites are operating out of China using different operating systems and domain host sites to cover their tracks. Samiel said the estate has the rights to certain and several trademarks and these bootleggers are using the trademarks without permission. Nipsey's estate wants the judge to force the sites to hand over their domain registrations and is also looking for big damages. They want either the profits from the bootleggers or $2 million per infraction. Let's see how this lawsuit goes when you have ghost people, i.e. e-commerce websites.