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Gunshots Fired At T.I. And Jeezy Event Leave Two Injured In Charlotte

The rappers were not harmed, but two victims were hospitalized.

A T.I. and Jeezy event came to an end Saturday night (February 28) after shots were fired inside of Label, a Charlotte nightclub.

"Two people injured with gunshot wounds,” Charlotte police Captain J.D. Thomas told USA Today. "One person drove themselves to the hospital and one person was transported by ambulance. Both are non-life-threatening injuries.”

The victims’ names were not released.

Scenes from the chaotic incident were captured by fans in attendance.

According to TMZ, T.I.’s manager has confirmed that the rapper was not hurt and that Jeezy and Yo Gotti were also not injured.

The event, which was also reportedly scheduled to feature an appearance from Diddy, was part of “CIAA Weekend Takeover,” which celebrates the annual Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association basketball tournament.

Fans hit social media to address the shooting with a series of reactions.

Some were also able to capture the aftermath of the shooting.

Label released a statement about the incident, saying that its employees are cooperating with law enforcement officials in their investigation.

"The exact circumstances concerning the incident have yet to be determined," the statement said, announcing that all club events would continue to take place as scheduled. "It should be noted that there will continue to be very substantial security for all Label events during tournament weekend."

Officials are reportedly still investigating this incident.