Accidentally shot himself in the chest at age 13, and was shot in the chest through his tour bus window in Florida in 2001 (allegedly by "some groupies").
Shot in the arm during a drive-by aimed at Tyga's tour bus earlier this year.
Gillie Da Kid
Shot once in the leg and twice in the arm in his Philadelphia neighbourhood in 2006.
Trae Tha Truth
Shot once while lamping in a Houston strip club last year.
Shot in the arm during a botched robbery in 2010.
Shot in the leg in New York in 2006, only to be arrested for unlicensed weapon possession.
Shot twice in the arm while sitting in his Lamborghini during the Howard University homecoming in 2005.
OJ Da Juiceman
Shot eight times in the lower body during a botched robbery attempt in 2008.
Shot in the stomach and back at age 16 by "some old-school dude", taking nearly a year to recover.
Shot in the stomach and back in his neighbourhood of South Jamaica, Queens in 2002.
Shot in the arm during a botched robbery in 2006.
Shot five times in his apartment in late 2001, allegedy over two pounds of weed.
Shot in the head in 2005 while driving on the Lodge Expressway in Detroit.
Shot in the head as he was exiting a New York recording studio in 2004.
Shot nine times on May 24, 2000 in South Jamaica, Queens - in the hand, arm, hip, both legs, chest, and left cheek (allegedly by Darryl "Hommo" Baum).
A comprehensive list of 15 emcees who've survived shootings.
Not only is the rap game stressful, it can be dangerous as well.
Of all the emcees that rap about (and glamorize) gun violence, very few of them are actually about that life, but that doesn't mean they don't get caught up in it from time to time. We've compiled a list of 15 rappers that have been fired on and lived to tell the tale. Some cases may be more severe than others, but whether you take one bullet or several, survival isn't guaranteed. We've lost more than one legend since hip-hop's inception.
Before we continue, we'd like to say rest in peace to 2Pac, The Notorious B.I.G., Big L, Mac Dre, Freaky Tah, Jam Master Jay, Soulja Slim, Charizma, Proof, Fat Pat, Lil Phat, Slim Dunkin, Lil Snupe and any other artist that has passed away as a result of gun violence.