Rapper PnB Rock shot during a robbery at Roscoe's Chicken & Waffles Rapper PnB Rock was fatally shot during a robbery at Roscoe's

Law enforcement sources told The Times that PNB Rock, the Philadelphia rapper known for his 2016 hit Selfish,

was fatally shot during a robbery at the Roscoe House of Chicken & Waffles restaurant in South Los Angeles

on Monday afternoon. Los Angeles Police Capt. Kelly Muniz said the shooting happened at 1:15 p.m. Main Street in the famous

eatery on Manchester Avenue. Will not identify the victim. Rock 30, whose real name was better known as Rakim Allen

was at the restaurant with girlfriend, posting a location-tagged as well as photo in a since-deleted Instagram post.

Muniz said a suspect pointed a gun inside the restaurant and demanded goods from the victim. Sources told

The Times that Rock was targeted for his jewelry. Muniz said that during the robbery the assailant shot the victim immediately.

He shot the victim, ran out the door to a getaway car, then fled the parking lot. Muniz said the victim

Muniz said the victim was taken to the hospital and was declared brought dead at 1:59 pm. According to a law

enforcement source, investigators from the Los Angeles Police Department are examining security video

from inside the restaurant to better identify the shooter. Nearby businesses are also being checked to see if security

 systems have properly captured any images of the suspect moving on foot or in a vehicle. Muniz said investigators were presenting

evidence Monday night. He declined to comment on what was recovered. Rock was born on 9 December 1991 in Philadelphia.

 He told Paper Magazine that he was very well inspired to make music at the age of 19 after listening to Drake's

decade-defining album Take Care. Rock's ability to mix melodies with its rapping made it a natural fit for the next

evolution of hip-hop. The 2015 single Flake gained national prominence with the viral Vine video turning into an anthem

for women making appearances across the country. Collaborated with a bevy of artists including Ed Sheeran

Chance the Rapper on Cross Me. Their biggest moments came with Atlanta rapper YFN Lucy; the two joined forces

 in 2016 for the winning anthem Everyday We Lit. The song peaked at number 33 on the Billboard Hot 100, the highest charting song for any artist.