T.I. headlined a concert at New York City’s Irving Plaza on Wednesday night (May 25), that also included Maino, Uncle Murda, Troy Ave, Anderson .Paak, and PNB Rock on the bill. The show abruptly came to an end after multiple shots rang out following an altercation that started in the third floor green room before spilling into the crowd according to witnesses on the scene. The shooting left 1 person dead and 3 people wounded as the scene turned into chaos as people rushed to exit the popular concert venue.

According to various sources including WPIX 11, XXL, and FADER, rapper Troy Ave was one of the wounded people, grazed in the leg by a bullet. Another wounded person turned out to be the girlfriend of a friend of 50 Cent. WPIX 11 reports that 50 Cent visited the victim at Bellevue Hospital.

T.I. was not performing or involved in the incident.

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UPDATE (5/26): NYPD Commissioner William Bratton appeared on WCBS 880 radio on Thursday morning, where he targeted “so-called rap artists” for last night’s incident.

“The crazy world of these so-called rap artists who are basically thugs that basically celebrate violence they did all their lives, and unfortunately that violence often times manifests itself during their performances, and that’s exactly what happened last evening. We should be able to wrap it up quickly.”

UPDATE (5/26): TMZ has obtained footage of the shooting inside the green room at Irving Plaza.

Niggas than shot Troy Ave pray for the bull🙏🏿

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