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Eight Teens Shot Following Waka Flocka Flame Concert In Indiana, Fight With CTE
Eight teens were shot Friday night (March 5), following a Waka Flocka Flame concert in Indiana.
According to Indiana's Post-Tribune, gunmen opened fire on about 200 teens as they convened in the parking lot of the concert's venue, World of Skates, following the concert.
As shots rang out, eight teens -- aged 14 to 18 -- were hit. Fortunately, their injuries were non-life threatening.
The venue's manager, Gary King, told the paper that "all chaos broke loose" when a fight erupted during the event, prompting security to order attendees to leave.
As of Saturday night, no arrests had been made.
The incident is the third shooting to take place when Waka Flocka has been present since January.
A day before the concert shooting, on Thursday (March 4), a brawl broke out between members of Gucci Mane's 1017 Brick Squad -- which includes Flame -- and Young Jeezy's CTE crew. Shots were fired, but luckily no one was hit. Flame was punched during the altercation.
Flocka responded at concert over the weekend, claiming that rapper Slick Pulla suckerpunched him.
"Eh, shoutout to the n**** that snuffed me and ran. The n**** that look like Martin Lawrence, they call him D*** Pulla," he said on stage. "When I say 'F***, y'all say 'C.T.E.'. F***! [C.T.E.!], F**** [C.T.E.!]."
Back in January, Flame made headlines when he was shot and wounded at an Altanta car wash. Fulton County car wash.