It’s been reported that three people were shot and injured in the parking lot after the Nas, Schoolboy Q, Flying Lotus Show at Red Rocks Ampitheater in Morrison, Colorado last night (June 19th, 2014). Schoolboy Q was detained by police, but not arrested. As of early Friday morning, no suspect is in custody, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office said via Twitter. Schoolboy also just tweeted to confirm that he’s all good.
im str8…… dont trip
— ScHoolboy Q (@ScHoolBoyQ) June 20, 2014
After the shooting, Red Rocks was locked down and all cars in the parking lot were searched. The three victims were transported to the nearby hospital. Although police have not issued a statement on the victims’ condition, they have stated that all are alive. *** If you have any info around the shooting you can contact the Denver Police.
It’s sad to see these kinds of altercations occur outside any kind of event, it makes me wonder why can’t people just leave their firearms at home? This situation reminds me of the 2012 incident in Chicago where a man was shot outside a Chief Keef concert at Congress. As far as I know Keef hasn’t played a Chicago show since.
Photo of Schoolboy Q being handcuffed by police surfaced on Twitter:
People: This photo was taken by @karlgehring at 6th and Kalamath in Denver following after the shooting at Red Rocks. pic.twitter.com/3HVjg5APYO
— Daniel J. Schneider (@schneidan) June 20, 2014
(Pitchfork / Denver Post)
Kevin DasKeebz says
Why is this being compared to Chief Keef in Chitown?
That doesn't feel fair.