Rapper Vincent Cohran, aka ‘Slim 400’, was killed on Wednesday night in L.A
Slim 400, 33, was murdered by gunman who strolled up to him on driveway of his LA home then shot him EIGHT times
Newly released Surveillance footage shows a gunman pull up to the rapper’s Inglewood driveway with a gun in his hand
The gunman then approached a parked vehicle where Slim 400 was sitting
The suspect was captured firing at the rapper three times as Slim 400 lunges at the shooter as they steps back
The gunman continues firing at the musician who keeps moving towards the street before he flees the scene
Slim narrowly escaped death back in the summer of 2019 when he was shot 9 times in L.A.
Slim claimed he was ambushed in the attack while visiting family in Compton
No arrests have been made in the last attack that proved fatal
Newly-released surveillance footage captured the moment a hitman strolled up to rapper Slim 400’s Los Angeles driveway and shot him eight times, killing him.
The grim black and white footage, whose authenticity has been confirmed by police, shows an unidentified gunman pull up to the rapper’s Inglewood driveway with a gun in his hand and approach a parked vehicle. where Slim 400 was sitting in the vehicle.
The gunman ambushed the 33-year-old performer, whose real name was Vincent Cohran, at around 7.50pm on Wednesday.
The gunman was captured firing at the rapper three times as Slim 400 lunges at the shooter as they steps back.
As he is being shot Slim 400 looks to be reaching or holding on to the gun or the shooter’s arm.
The gunman continues to shoot the musician who keeps moving towards the street before he flees the scene.
Law enforcement eventually arrived to the scene after calls of shots fired and transported the victim to a local hospital where he died from his injuries.
Police have still not made an arrest in the murder and no motive for the shooting has been announced.
The execution came just hours after Slim 400 released a new music video for the song Caviar Gold, and follows a brush with death in 2019 when the rapper was shot eight times.
Separately, Slim also feuded with Tekashi 69 and got into a shouting match with him outside the Hyatt Regency in Long Beach in November 2018, according to TMZ.
Born in Frankfurt, Germany to a military family, Cohran moved back to Los Angeles at a young age and grew up in Compton.
He was signed by the now-defunct label Pu$haz Ink and is best known for his 2015 album Foe Block.
On Wednesday, hours before his death, Slim 400 released the video for his new song Caviar Gold, which appears to reference a brand of high-THC cannabis products.
Slim 400 is also known for his association with the rapper YG, collaborating with him and Sad Boy Loko on the 2016 single Bruisin.
The during his verbal altercation with Tekashi 69 , the two rappers could be heard yelling at each other in a video, and at one point Tekashi’s security detail had to hold him back and rush him off before things could spiral out of control.
Tekashi 69, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, has been a pariah in the hip-hop industry ever since turning state’s witness against his fellow Nine Trey Gangsters in 2019 in a deal to avoid lengthy prison time.
In June 2019, Slim 400 was shot nine times in Compton and barely escaped death after emergency surgery.
That attack on Slim occurred on the three-month anniversary of the murder of Nipsey Hussle in Los Angeles.
YG, who has also had a rivalry with Tekashi 69, apparently remained with Slim 400 at the hospital through the night following the 2019 shooting.
Slim 400’s death comes weeks after the murder of Memphis rapper Young Dolph, who was shot and killed on November 17.