The rapper, real name Bill Kapri, was reportedly hit in the leg outside the star-studded party after the Yummy singer’s concert in Los Angeles
Kodak Black was reportedly ‘one of the four people injured’ after getting ‘shot’ outside Justin Bieber’s after-party.
The rapper, real name Bill Kapri, was hit in the leg outside the star-studded party after the Yummy singer’s concert in Los Angeles.
According to Silver Screen Beat, multiple shots were heard at around 2.45am on Saturday outside West Hollywood’s The Nice Guy bar.
NBC News confirmed that he was injured and taken to a local hospital. He is expected to fully recover.
Mirror have contacted Kodak’s reps for comment.
The two other victims, 19 and 60 years old, are also expected to recover from the injuries. Another victim was also hurt in the fight.
It is still not known what started the brawl outside the Los Angeles club.
Los Angeles Police Department revealed that the victims were shot when they came out of the club.
According to Page Six, one of the men sustained injuries to his shoulder, while another had injuries on the buttocks and a third was believed to be shot in the leg.
The after-party had VIP guests including Drake, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Kendall Jenner and Khloe Kardashian.
Kodak, Gunna and Lil Baby were reportedly on the street right before the shots were fired.
After the incident took place, police confirmed to Metro that the incident ‘is not gang-related’.
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Justin and his wife Hailey Bieber were seen quickly leaving Hollywood restaurant The Nice Guy while the shooting went on outside.
The 25-year-old model partially covered a hand over her face as the couple left.
Justin followed closely behind his wife and donned the same clothes he had worn on stage at the concert earlier that day; baggy tracksuit bottoms, a white vest top and hoodie and dark shades.
His after-party was part of the lead-up celebrations to the Super Bowl on Sunday.
This year’s Super Bowl sees an all-star line-up with Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J Blige, and Kendrick Lamar headlining.
It will take place tomorrow – the first time that the Super Bowl will take place on the second week of the month, as a result of recent regular-season expansion from 16 games to 17.
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