Who shot Slim 400? Rapper reportedly shot dead in Los Angeles
No Jumper and Power 106's official Twitter handles confirmed the news of the rapper's death
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Rapper Slim 400, best known for his association with Young Gangsta (YG) and Sad Boy Loko has reportedly died in Los Angeles. He was fatally gunned down in LA and his fans flocked to social media a little after 10 pm on December 8 to express their shock and grief over the tragedy. His manager Mud Dolla Mayor posted a photograph of the 'Bruisin' rapper on his Instagram feed with the caption, "Pull thru not tryna hear the Bs I'm hear'n pray for Slim 400." Shortly after, No Jumper and Power 106's official Twitter handles shared the news of the rapper's passing.
"Los Angeles rapper and associate of YG, Slim 400 has reportedly been shot and killed. Our condolences to his family and friends. Please keep them in your prayers!" Power 106 tweeted. No Jumper addressed the Compton rapper's death with a tweet that reads, "Rapper Slim 400 has reportedly been killed, R.I.P." Slim400's passing comes on the heels of rapper Young Dolph's November killing. He was shot dead outside a Memphis store where he stopped to buy cookies. Earlier this year Rapper SpottemGottem was admitted to the hospital after being injured in a Florida drive-by shooting. Bay Area rapper Mike Darole was fatally shot in May during an attempted robbery, leaving fans distraught. Fast-rising rapper Big Wan from Wisconsin was shot dead in his own bedroom, he was just 19.
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
Who shot Slim 400?
Fans of Slim 400 and Young Dolph have banded together after the news of the former's death got out. The two collaborated on a song 'Shake Back' in April last year. "First young Dolph now slim400," a fan tweeted. Another fan highlighted how Slim whose real name was Vincent Cohran had posted a tombstone on his Instagram stories with his name on it. "Man look what @officialslim400 posted on his IG page tho Be careful of the things you speak and manifest over yourself!! RIP Slim 400 #Slim400 #yg #LosAngeles #youngdolph" Details surrounding his death remain currently remain unclear as it's a breaking story, we will update this story with new information whenever it's made available.
Fans of the rapper who escaped death back in 2019 after being shot multiple times, took to Twitter to pay their respects. "Yo WTF?!? Rest Up [email protected] Keep Your Head Up," tweeted a fan. "This is crazy, saw him the last time I was in L.A. (September 21) and was thinking he was TOO COMFORTABLE , now this happens smh. #slim400" tweeted another. "SMH R.I.P Slim400 damn alotta sad news keeps coming from the rap world!" a third tweeted.
Man look what @officialslim400 posted on his IG page tho 😳 Be careful of the things you speak and manifest over yourself!! RIP Slim 400 #Slim400 #yg #LosAngeles #youngdolph 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/1SEAMeWs9x— Dany Mack (@DanyMack44) December 9, 2021
first young dolph now slim400 😢— A L E K S 🇸🇪 🇧🇴 (@AleksCSGO1) December 9, 2021
Yo WTF?!? Rest Up Slim400 @YG Keep Your Head Up🙏🙏❤️❤️🥺🥺💔💔🕊🕊— Xavier Antonio Walker AKA Xay Boy XB (@XavierAntonioW3) December 9, 2021
This is crazy, saw him the last time I was in L.A. (September 21) and was thinking he was TOO COMFORTABLE 🥲, now this happens smh. #slim400— Jay 🐐 (@passportjay) December 9, 2021
SMH R.I.P Slim400 damn alotta sad news keeps coming from the rap world!— The Sony Sniper 📸 (@StretchMyBandz) December 9, 2021
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