Justin Bieber Three Injured After Shooting
Three people were taken to hospital with gunshot wounds during Justin Bieber’s after-party on Friday night in Los Angeles.
Rapper Kodak Black, three others shot in West Hollywood
Kodak Black was one of three people shot during a violent altercation outside a bar in West Hollywood, early Saturday morning.
The 24-year-old rapper, along with two other victims, ages 19 and 60, were taken to a local hospital and treated for non-life-threatening gunshot injuries, according to NBC News.
Skirmishes began outside the popular The Nice Guy Arena, which was hosting an exclusive party, after Justin Bieber’s performance at Pacific Design Center in celebration of Super Bowl LVI on Sunday.
Multiple victims were shot at 2:45 a.m. Saturday at The Nice Guy (401 N La Cienega Blvd.) where the Grammy-winning singer was hosting the event before Super Bowl Sunday.
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that after a fight broke out between unidentified individuals, several rounds were fired, with three victims, men aged 19, 24 and 60, shot.
Justin Bieber’s after-party on Friday
Two of the shooting victims were taken to a local hospital by Los Angeles Fire Department medics, and the third victim was later taken after initially leaving the scene.
All the victims are in stable condition and there is currently no information available regarding the suspect in the shooting.
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed that a fight broke out between “unnamed individuals” outside the venue, which resulted in multiple rounds being fired and three men – aged 19, 24 and 60 – shot.
At Homecoming’s weekend party, Bieber had taken to the stage around 11:30 p.m. for about 30 minutes performing his songs.
and his new singles from his album 2021 Justice, in front of a crowd of 1,500 that included Shawn Mendes, Niall Horan, Anthony Ramos, Logan Paul and Scooter Brown.
The Super Bowl is set to return this weekend for the second night on Saturday with special guest Drake, joining the long list of parties, concerts and events dominating the city leading up to the big game.
West Hollywood seems to have been a particularly popular destination for Friday night parties, with bars and restaurants crowded with people trying to climb up and down Santa Monica Boulevard and La Senega.