CHILLING video shows Slim 400’s last moments as shooter riddled him with bullets
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: A new footage shared online has hinted that Slim 400 was a victim of what seemed like an ambush attack in Los Angeles. The video shared on Instagram by a blogger named Poetik Flakko has shown that the West Coast rapper, best known for his association with Young Gangsta (YG) and Sad Boy Loko, was sitting in a driveway when shockingly an unidentified person came near him and fired numerous shots.
Law enforcement officials have verified the video and confirmed that the person attacked was indeed Slim. The 29-second clip is not very clear but shows the accused approaching the musical artist, born Vincent Cochran, while carrying a gun in his hands. What they talked about is not audible in the video, but a flash was seen before the gun went off and Slim leaped at the man. The accused was seen firing a number of shots as the ‘Nothing but Bloods’ singer seemed to fall repeatedly while lunging at him.
Earlier, it was reported that Inglewood PD arrived at the scene after receiving a call of shots fired Wednesday night, December 8, and found Slim in terrible condition. He was then rushed to the local hospital but was declared dead there. No arrests have been made yet in the case, also the police have not named any suspect.
Slim’s manager had first confirmed his death on Instagram by saying: “Pull thru not tryna hear the Bs I'm hear'n pray for Slim 400.” After which, Power 106 also took to Twitter to share the tragic news. He tweeted, “Los Angeles rapper and associate of YG, Slim400 has reported been shot and killed. Our condolences to his family and friends. Please keep them in your prayers!”
Los Angeles rapper and associate of YG, Slim400 has reported been shot and killed. Our condolences to his family and friends. Please keep them in your prayers! 🙏🏿❤️ pic.twitter.com/GmrsxWYJSj— Power 106 (@Power106LA) December 9, 2021
It is ironic that Slim 400 shared a tribute on Instagram to fellow rapper and collaborator Young Dolph, who was shot and killed in November while visiting a bakery in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. He had captioned the video and recalled the time when he was shot earlier: "R.I.P @youngdolph luv yu foolie ! When I got shot. Blood was the 1st artist that show’d love PIRU ! On my granny soul p....he said (SHAKE BACK WE GONE WORK) he kept his word my hitta 👌🏿💙 "
Both Dolph and Cohran had been targeted and shot in previous years but had survived those atacks.