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Slim 400 shared pic of tombstone with his name and 'RIP' on last IG story before death

'Is This Reaching Or Is The Rapper Sacrifice Theory Legit?' fans shared conspiracy theory
Slim 400 was shot and killed near Compton, Los Angeles (Instagram)
Slim 400 was shot and killed near Compton, Los Angeles (Instagram)

West Coast rapper Slim 400, best known for his association with Young Gangsta (YG) and Sad Boy Loko reportedly died in Los Angeles after he was fatally gunned down. The 'Bruisin' hitmaker, whose birth name is Vincent Cohran was born in Germany in 1988. He initially lived there with his father, who was stationed with the US armed forces but later grew up in Compton, California. 

Slim 400 had faced a near-fatal attack in 2019 where he was hit by 10 bullets and needed to undergo surgery to recover. In fact, he infamously threw away the huge list of medicines prescribed to him by the doctor for recovery. However, the second attack on December 8 turned out to be fatal for the promising hip-hop artist, though it is still uncertain who was responsible for his death. Eagle-eyed fans have now chanced upon a shockingly ironical photo in his Instagram story, where his name was engraved on a tombstone with the word RIP emblazoned on it. 


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Slim 400, who had over 231,000 followers and a verified blue-tick account on Instagram, regularly shared updates about his music on the social media platform. However, barely 10-12 hours prior to his fatal shooting, the rapper had posted a photo of his 2020 track Shake Back, featuring slain rapper Young Dolph.

The original screenshot was posted by an Instagram user with the username Cliff DoggyDogg, and Insta handle krzy_since88. He shockingly shared the track cover photo from iTunes and tagged Slim 400, writing R.I. P (Dolphin emoji). Slim 400 reshared the post in his story without adding any details. Hours later, the news of his fatal shooting near Compton surfaced online.

Screenshot of Slim 400's last ever Instagram story

"Slim 400 Last Instagram Story Post A Song With Young Dolph Both Label Mates On Empire. Both Are Now Dead In Less Than A Month. & Both Of Their Names On A Tombstone. Is This Reaching Or Is The Rapper Sacrifice Theory Legit?" a user sparked a conspiracy theory on Twitter.

Another fan wrote, "Slim 400 last IG story a few hrs ago (which is still up @ the time of this tweet) is a song w| him & Young Dolph on a tombstone. Then Today, Slim 400 got killed. Man… that’s just wild."



The 'Bompton Legend' rapper was mourned by hundreds of fans and fellow artists, who poured in their tributes on social media following his untimely death. "RIP Slim 400. A Compton gangsta rap prototype, an ambassador for a tradition, lineage, and history -- who made a whole lot of hard-as-hell rap songs full of sober gravity and blunt force," Otto Von Biz Markie wrote about the rapper on Twitter. 

"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!" tweeted the team of Power 106 FM Los Angeles.

Rapper Skrizzy expressed his disbelief at the news and tweeted, "They just killed slim 400? Wtf is going on in LA rn?"

Speculating details about his murder, a fan tweeted, "7th and Manchester (city of inglewood) in between 88th street is the location where #Slim400 was shot and killed.This area is going through a bad beef between the Rollin 60s and 8 Trey gangsters/Inglewood families. No none motives yet for the shooting.RIP “Bompton” Legend."





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