‘She all mine’: Rapper PnB Rock proclaimed love for girlfriend Stephanie right before he was killed
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Popular rapper PnB Rock was robbed and killed by an unknown assailant while enjoying a romantic evening with the love of his life, Stephanie Sibounheuang on Monday, September 12. However, just before the incident, he shared an emotional post about Sibounheuang on his Instagram.
The now deleted post read, “Had to do what I had to do SHE ALL MINE YALL." The slain rapper had released a single titled ‘Luv Me Again’ a couple of weeks before the unfortunate incident. A leaked video showed the rapper after getting shot, lying in a pool of blood at Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles. The video was widely circulated on Twitter.
Witness of the PNB Rock shooting gives some details on what happened pic.twitter.com/4qJxPhZcsM— 448 DEGREES (@itsheatinhere) September 12, 2022
Briefing the media about the incident, the LAPD said, “Officers responded to a report of a shooting on the 100 block of Manchester Ave." As per Capt Melly Muniz from LAPD, the unidentified suspect was described by people at the scene as a "Black male who flashed a gun inside the restaurant and demanded items from the rapper." She further added that the suspect fled the scene in a car waiting outside in the the restaurant's parking lot.
PnB Rock’s girlfriend Sibounheuang had shared a photo of a meal on her Instagram handle hours before the shooting. Sources revealed that the hip-hop star was the only person threatened and targeted by the assailant.
The rapper had two daughters, one of whom he shared with Stephanie. Social media users reacted strongly to the incident, where many fans said "the flashing culture of expensive jewelry, and items should stop."
PnB Rock was no small fry when he was alive. The rapper launched his debut mixtape back in June 2014 and immediately got an offer from Atlantic Records, in 2015. Moreover, he earned the honor of being listed among the ’10 New Artists You Need to Know’ by Rolling Stone magazine. He’ll be remembered for his hits ‘Forever Never’, ‘Feelins’, and ‘Gang Up’.