OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Two people have minor injuries after a shooting following a rowdy concert by rapper Tyga (TY’-guh) in Nebraska.
Authorities say heated words were exchanged between members of Tyga’s act and some audience members Monday night at Sokol Auditorium, south of downtown Omaha. Some garbage was thrown on stage.
A brief fistfight broke out between band members and people from the audience after the show.
Police say shots were fired at the band’s van and trailer from a car that followed the van for a few blocks.
Police say two people were shot. Sochitta Sal, of Toronto, Canada, was wounded in the arm, but the 19-year-old, better known as Honey Cocaine, was treated and released. The other victim, an 18-year-old, refused treatment for a graze wound.
No arrests have been reported.
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