1990s rapper, MC Supreme, was killed in a car crash this past weekend in Malibu. Supreme, real name Dewayne Coleman, was 47-years old. 

Los Angeles County coroner's officials say that MC Supreme was killed when he was parked on the shoulder of the Pacific Coast Highway, and was hit by a pick-up truck. Supreme was pronounced dead at the scene, while a female in the passenger side was taken to the hospital with unspecified injuries, according to SF Gate. The pick-up truck driver was arrested on suspicion of a DUI.

MC Supreme is best known for his hit record "Black In America," which appeared on the compilation album We’re All In The Same Gang. The album's title track was a rally for anti-violence.