Offset might have been the target of a potentially deadly shooting Wednesday night at a recording studio, according to a new report. The shooting, which occurred outside of the Crossover Entertainment Group recording studio in Atlanta, Georgia. reportedly happened shortly after Offset, 27, stepped outside for fresh air – this according to TMZ. The outlet said multiple people who were inside the establishment fled to another room when the gunshots began. Law enforcement officials confirmed the shooting to Fox News in a statement on Thursday and said the investigation is ongoing. However, authorities were unable to confirm if Offset whose real name is Kiari Cephus was involved. Officers told us that when police arrived at the scene, the "Father of 4" rapper was nowhere to be found and while police have yet to speak with him, they plan to during the course of their investigation.
Contrary to widespread reports, rapper Young Thug was not a victim in a drive by shooting that happened in Miami on Friday morning May 10. .A spokesperson for Young Thug issued this statement to XXL: "Young Thug did not get shot at. Somebody took at shot at the car DJ Keyz (Thugger's DJ) was in. He is fine. It was a minor injury and not serious. Young Thug was long gone and was not involved." The shooting occurred on I-95 in Miami-Dade County. Lt. Alex Camacho of the Florida Highway Patrol told Local10.com that a party bus was driving on the highway at around 6:30 a.m. when another car pulled up and sprayed the vehicle with bullets. One bus passenger, a woman, was hit by a bullet and was taken to a local hospital with non life-threatening injuries. Two other men were also injured and were rushed to North Shore Medical Center. One of the men was later moved to Jackson Memorial Hospital's Ryder Trauma Center. Both are expected to recover from their injuries. Police believe the bus left a party establishment in Miami, where an incident inside the venue may have initiated the shooting. No arrests were made.