PnB Rock’s girlfriend continues to mourn the death of the Philadelphia rapper, this time sharing a family photo along with a heartfelt message.

Stephanie Sibounheuang tugged on the heartstrings of fans on Monday (January 30) by posting a radiant picture of her and PnB posing with their two-year-old daughter on her Instagram Stories.

“We miss you every second,” she captioned the photo.

PnB Rock (real name Rakim Allen) was shot and killed during a robbery at Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles in South Los Angeles on September 12, 2022.

Three arrests have since been made in the investigation,, with Freddie Lee Trone, his 17-year-old son (who is accused of being the triggerman) and his wife Shauna being charged in connection to the murder.

Police are reportedly still looking for a fourth suspect who may have played an instrumental role in the rapper’s killing.

Freddie Lee Trone is facing charges of one count of murder, two counts of second-degree robbery and one count of conspiracy to commit robbery. The teenage boy faces the same charges, while Shauna was hit with one count of being an accessory after the fact of the killing.

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Following PnB Rock’s death, Sibounheuang wrote a heartfelt message on Instagram expressing her grief, while also revealing the rapper courageously saved her life during the fatal robbery.

“I am 100% not ok,” she wrote. “If I wasn’t spiritual I could kill my self (but then I’ll go to hell and my man not there) My man saved my life, Throwing me under that table. I’m not supposed to be here but bc of him. I am. No one would be able to handle this. TBH, I can’t even handle this.”

Sibounheuang later paid tribute to PnB on what would’ve been the Philly native’s 31st birthday in December by getting his first name — Rakim — tattooed in script lettering on her neck.

She also called on fans to stream his only independently released track “Luv Me Again” since their family would financially benefit from that, rather than the rest of his catalog which was released through Atlantic Records.