A shooting at a Rich Homie Quan concert leaves one dead.
At this point, shootings at rap concerts are something we are all too familiar with, unfortunately. So the fact that another has occurred in recent times may not come as a surprise.
Rich Homie Quan had a concert yesterday, December 22nd, in Columbus, Ohio, at Red Zone bar, when shots broke out and one young man, Jeremiah I. Frazier, was shot and killed. He was 24 years old.
According to dispatch.com, he was shot at about 2:30 AM and taken to Ohio Health Grant Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead at 5:21 AM. Police have yet to provide a motive for the shooting, or other details.
Video footage has circulated from the show, in which Quan is performing his hit "Type Of Way" when the shots where fired. You can watch the footage below.
[UPDATE: Rich Homie Quan Denies Involvement In Ohio Shooting]
Still no word on the motive of the shooting at Rich Homie Quan's Ohio concert two days ago, however, the rapper himself has released a statement concerning the unfortunate event, assuring us his team had no involvement in the shooting.
"It’s sad to hear that someone died especially during the holiday season," Quan told TMZ. "I just want everybody to know me nor anybody in my crew or affiliation had anything to do with the shooting in Ohio."
He added, "We will be reaching out to the family of the deceased."
This is actually the second time a shooting has occured at Red Zone while Rich Homie Quan was playing-- the last one occurred on November 9th when a man was shot twice in the back in the early hours of the morning.
Reports say that city officials are calling for the removal of Red Zone's liquor license.