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The rising Compton rapper was found suffering from a gunshot wound in the driveway of a home after police responded to a call of shots fired in Inglewood, Los Angeles.
AceShowbiz -A video of Slim 400‘s murder has surfaced online. Hours after reports emerged of the rapper’s death, the clip has been circulating on the web showing what appears to be an ambush attack on the Compton-raised star.
In the surveillance footage, Slim was sitting in a car which was parked in the driveway of a home when a man walked up the driveway with gun in hand. The suspect approached the driver’s side of the vehicle, where Slim was seated.
It’s unclear if there was any verbal exchange between the two, but the next thing seen in the video was Slim leaping of the car as the suspect began shooting. Slim lunged at the suspect, who continued firing as the rapper continued to move toward the street with the gunman.
Popular hip-hop podcast “No Jumper” was the first to report Slim’s passing. Law enforcement sources later confirmed to TMZ that the rising star in the West Coast hip-hop scene was gunned down in Inglewood, California on Wednesday night, December 8.
Cops say there were called to the area on a report of gunshots. When they arrived, they found Slim in a bad shape with a gunshot wound in the driveway of a home. He was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. He was only 33 years old.
Police believe, while there is a raging gang war going on between the Bloods and the Crips, Slim’s murder does not appear to be a targeted hit, but more a case of “wrong place wrong time.” No suspect has been arrested yet.
Slim 400’s tragic passing comes two years after he survived a drive-by shooting in his hometown. At the time, he sustained life-threatening injuries after getting struck with 10 bullets.
“I just feel like when you meant to be here and God have a plan for you, it ain’t no stoppin’ it,” he said one month after being released from the hospital. “I hit the ground thinking it was over. My family came out, kept me alive, talking to me, dragging me in the house while they still shooting…My family, love her to death for just saving me. I just feel like I’m blessed just to be here ’cause I could have just died then and there.”
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