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Compton rapper Slim 400 fatally shot and killed in Los Angeles

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Compton rapper Vincent Cohran known as Slim 400 is reportedly in the hospital trying to make it through, although rumors started to spread on social media that has passed away.

While details of his death are still sketchy, multiple sources confirmed that Slim 400 was shot and killed in on Wednesday evening December 8.

Back in 2019 Slim 400 actually got hit up pretty bad in his hometown.  He got shot 10 times during a drive-by. The rapper underwent surgery and was in serious condition but he survived the attack.

Slim 400 is known for the release of his January 2015 album Foe Block and the single “I Think They Lovin That.” He also released a collaboration with and Sad Boy Loko called “Bruisin,” which got positive feedback from fans.

The 33 years old Compton rapper was affiliated with the Tree Top Compton Piru also known as Tree Top Bompton Piru and the West Side Trees.

Since then he's been affiliated with YG and the 400 brands as well as he's branched off and done some other things in himself without YG.

Slim 400 went on several tours of his own he's actually a brand ambassador for several cannabis companies throughout California.

A lot of people got familiar with Slim 400 during the time when he was going after Tekashi 69 over some of the answers that he was pulling on social media to West Coast artists. Tekashi 69 got into a heated argument with Slim 400 outside of the Long Beach, Calif. Hyatt Regency where ComplexCon was being held. Their confrontation stemmed from 's with YG, who dissed 6ix9ine with his song “Stop Snitchin.”

This is the second time getting hit up like this in the same neighborhood in the last couple of years.

Information on the recent shooting is currently scarce.

Written by: Silvia Tine

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