Steph Sibounheuang, PnB Rock’s girlfriend opened up about her struggles she faced throughout the difficult year following his death.

Sibounheuang posted images of the two during the duration of their relationship as she explained her battle with a deep depression on Instagram. In addition, she dedicated the lengthy post to the late artist.

“I’ve been in the deepest depression for a lil min contemplating todays date, which makes a year since your transition,” she said. 

“I argued with God about openly reliving this day and i absolutely did not want to, so this is an act of obedience. This same day last year, you could look into my eyes and and tell my soul was not in my body. All I could hear were the gunshots over and over and they were so LOUD I couldn’t hear myself think. I was so terrified and heartbroken,” she continued.

“So today, I will push thru and be joyful and celebrate you, just like you asked me to do. For I know this Earth is temporary and we will spend eternity together. You’re a legend and not only that…but a hero. I’m forever yours and forever loyal to you. I will live my life to the fullest because you gave your life for me. Thank you Lord for carrying us through a whole year and every day after this. 12/09-09/12 @pnbrock ♾️,” she added.

PnB Rock, born Rakim Hasheem Allen, was shot and killed at Roscoe’s House of Chicken ‘N Waffles located on Main Street and Manchester Ave last Sept. while he was with his girlfriend, Steph Sibounheuang. He was 30 years old.

The Day of PnB Rock’s Murder

The late rapper shared his location with fans on a now-deleted tagged photo on Instagram, according to the LA Times.

Freddie Trone, and his 17-year-old son targeted the rapper and allegedly tried to rob him of his jewelry afterward. Rock was fatally shot. 

The 17-year-old was the alleged shooter, while Trone was labeled the getaway driver according to TMZ.

The father-and-son duo were arrested in connection to the murder, according to CBS News. They were charged with two counts of second-degree murder, one count of conspiracy to commit robbery, and one count each of first-and second-degree murder.

Trone’s wife, Shauntel Trone was also arrested in connection to the murder. She was an accessory to the crime, according to the LAPD.

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