Americans have unfortunately been witness to a rash of deadly shooting incidents in various public spaces and, as we reported over the weekend, a recent Boosie Badazz show at a club out in Gardena, California, was no exception. According to the original information, a gunman fired shots at around midnight on Sunday morning, leaving two attendees with wounds that were later deemed not to be life-threatening. At the time of this writing, the investigation is still open and no arrests have been made. With no suspects, law enforcement officials might be aided at least slightly by new video footage that has come to light, which was shared in a new report on the incident from TMZ.

As you can see in the above video, a drone camera captured a bird's eye view of the sudden violent outburst at the Boosie concert. Though the footage isn't clear enough to provide solid facial recognition, it does give anyone who's been following the story a better idea of what went down. At the beginning of the clip, you can see a man in a blue hoodie and grey pants appear to get into a verbal argument with at least one other patron who was milling about at the venue. After a couple of seconds where they go back and forth, the shooter pulls out a weapon and fires multiple shots at both the man he was arguing with and a couple of others who were standing close by. The gunman then ran for an exit, clutching his gun all the while, as everyone else in the vicinity ducked and ran for cover.

Unfortunately, this isn't the first incident of this nature that has plagued a Boosie concert. Back in April, the rapper was forced to cancel a show in Dinwiddie County, VA after an unidentified shooter fired shots before the performance was to begin. There was no clarification on whether anyone was hit or significantly hurt by that gunfire, but reports at the time stated that two people were taken to hospital afterwards with injuries that stemmed from the frenzied stampede of attendees away from the venue.