ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Tyga and his associate are not dead, and no deaths resulted from Tyga’s concert shooting last night. But someone may have wanted Tyga dead, officials tell news. Multiple targeted gunshots were fired at Tyga’s tour bus last night, local police confirm to news. In the end, his associate was shot along with two patrons.
Tyga’s associate tweeted news “I’m not dead” after the shooting in Omaha, Nebraska last night. Honey C-aine, Tyga’s associate and fellow rapper on YMCMB, was shot Monday evening. Video of the Tyga concert shooting released today shows the civil unrest and frantic reaction of patrons.
Tyga was on stage for his “Careless World” tour. During one moment, audiences members got into a dispute. Suddenly gunfire erupted, claims local news. Even garbage was thrown at the “Rack City” rapper, while on stage. A brawl later erupted.
Reports claim that Tyga fled the scene and jumped into his tour bus. As the bus drove away, a car allegedly chased the bus. A passenger or drive in the car then began to allegedly fire rounds of bullets at Tyga’s tour bus.
Lt. David Sedlecek said, ”Two people inside were hit by gunfire. A female was hit in the arm, and a male party had a graze would to his left hip.”
The person injured was rapper Honey C–ine. Two other patrons were injured as well. Tyga issued a news statement today praising his own tour and bragging about its sold out dates. But he had few words for news about the targeted shooting. He said “[things] happens and as a Man I deal with those decisions I make….Let’s be clear them was haters not fans. My fans love me I love them.” He added “We hurt people that love us. Love people that hurt us.” Honey simply told news “Got shot and I’m not dead.”