Slim 400 'shot' LATEST – Rapper 'killed in shooting' as YG affiliate and Bruisin star mourned by fans and artists

RAPPER Slim 400 was allegedly shot and killed in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

TMZ has reported that the up-and-coming rapper was gunned down in Inglewood last night.

Information about potential suspects has not been released and it is unclear if anyone has been arrested for the alleged killing.

Slim 400, whose real name is Vincent Cohran, was best known for his hit track Bruisin.

Following the news, fans rushed to social media to send their condolences to the young star.

"Damn this one hurts," one fan wrote, while another said "I thought I was dreamin."

The star's tragic death comes just two years after he was involved in a shooting.

Read our Slim 400 live blog for the latest news and updates…

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    Photographer pays tribute

    Ariya Akhavan, who has said to have photographed he rapper after he was previously shot, posted a tribute to Slim 400 on Twitter.

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    Fans looking at Empire records

    With the news of Slim 400's alleged shooting death, fans are looking at Empire records.

    Several artists signed by the label have died, including Young Dolph and XXXTENTACION.

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    Who shot Slim 400?

    Information about potential suspects has not been released.

    It is also unclear if anyone has been arrested for the alleged shooting death of the rapper.

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    When did Slim 400 release his first album?

    The rapper debuted his first album Foe Black in 2015, and released several albums since, including The Homies, Tap In, and State Line.

    He was discovered and signed by Pu$haz Ink music label, which is best known for making YG and DJ Mustard popular.

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    Social media tributes pour in

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    What was Slim 400's net worth?

    Slim 400's net worth in 2021 was estimated to be around $2 million, according to Idol Net Worth.

    However, that amount has not been confirmed and does not seem to be reported elsewhere.

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    'Taken too soon'

    Fans are mourning on social media in the wake of Slim 400's death.

    "RIP SLIM 400 ! ANOTHA WEST COAST SOUL TAKEN TOO SOON ..," one person wrote early on Thursday morning.

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    'Much love homie'

    People on social media have been sharing tributes to rapper Slim 400.

    "RIP Slim 400. Always showed love to us Mexicans much love homie," one person wrote on Thursday.

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    Previous shooting

    Slim was involved in another shooting back in the summer of 2019.

    He was shot 9 times in Los Angeles, TMZ reported.

    Slim claimed he was ambushed in the attack while he was visiting family in Compton.

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    Last Instagram post

    On December 7, Slim 400 shared a screenshot of one of his songs on YouTube to his Instagram account.

    The comments are now full of people sharing prayer emojis and sad messages in response to his shooting and possible death.

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    A post shared by blim Foe 🤐 (@slim400blk)

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    What was Slim 400's real name?

    The rapper's real name is Vincent Cohran.

    He is best known for his hit track Bruisin.

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    Slim 400's Young Dolph tribute

    Just hours before his death, Slim 400 had posted an Instagram story paying tribute to late rapper Young Dolph.

    The rapper posted a photo of his 2020 track Shake Back, featuring fellow rapper Young Dolph.

    The original screenshot was posted by a different Instagram user and Slim 400 reshared the post in his story.

    Within a few hours, the news of his shooting broke online.

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    Slim 400 paid tribute to Young Dolph

    Just hours before his death, Slim 400 had posted an Instagram story paying tribute to late rapper Young Dolph.

    Dolph, whose real name is Adolph Robert Thornton Jr, 36, was gunned down at Makeda's Cookies in Tennessee on November 17.

    Maurice Hill, the owner of the shop where the shooting happened, told FOX13 his employees said Dolph walked into the store to buy cookies.

    The owner then claimed that someone drove up and shot and killed the rapper at roughly 1pm. He also told WREG that the star was hit while he was buying cookies

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