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COMPTON, CA – [UPDATE: Sources connected to Slim 400 told TMZ he was shot not 10 but eight times and underwent surgery. YG was at Slim 400’s bedside for the majority of the night. Slim was conscious. He’s now listed in critical but stable condition.] YG affiliate Slim 400 was reportedly rushed to a Los Angeles hospital after being shot 10 times on Friday night (June 28). TMZ reports police got a call around 8:30 p.m. local time that a male victim — identified as Slim 400 — had been hit. Although details leading up to the shooting are currently unknown, a black vehicle suspected to be involved in the incident was seen fleeing the scene. Adam22 of No Jumper fame released more information via Twitter.
YG Affiliate Slim 400 Reportedly Shot 10 Times In Compton
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The Slim 400 Interview
No Jumper
According to the screenshot of a recent text message exchange between Adam and an unidentified person, the 31-year-old Compton rapper was struck in the face and back and is in surgery at St. Francis Medical Center. The text exchange revealed the bullets went in and out. Update pic.twitter.com/jctc3A9BVs — adam22 (@adam22) June 29, 2019 Slim 400 is widely recognized for his 2017 appearance on YG’s “Brusin” cut featuring Sad Boy Loko. The shooting comes exactly three months after Nipsey Hussle was fatally struck in front of his Marathon Clothing store in South Los Angeles. The senseless murder sent shockwaves through not only the entire Hip Hop community but also the local Los Angeles community.

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