Lloyd Banks NY Show Ends In Bloodshed

Lloyd Banks NY Show Ends In Bloodshed

G-Unit rapper Lloyd Banks‘ Buffalo, New York club concert this past weekend reportedly ended in bloodshed after two men were stabbed and rushed to a nearby hospital.

Details of the alleged stabbing incident emerged online Sunday (March 6).

Buffalo police are investigating an apparent double stabbing that occurred at the Town Ballroom, located in the 600 block of Main Street. Police were called to the scene just after 2am Saturday morning. At this early juncture of the investigation, detectives believe two males in their early 20’s, were stabbed minutes apart in apparent separate incidents. Detectives believe the two incidents occurred at some type of party at the club. (WBEN News)

A concertgoer talked about what happened following Banks’ show.

Both incidents happened during a rap concert featuring Lloyd Banks. 2-On-Your-Side Reporter Patrick Moussignac talked to Stephanie Carr, a concert-goer from Buffalo who witnessed the fight begin on the dance floor. “From where I was standing it just looked like an normal, where people are getting into it. Might have been push and shove match and whatever, and somebody just started to fight.” (WGRZ News)

The names of the two wounded men have also been revealed.

The victims were identified as 23-year-old Clayton Webster and 21-year-old Anthony Marshall, both of Buffalo. They remain hospitalized at Erie County Medical Center. Police say it appears the men were stabbed in separate incidents early Saturday morning at the Town Ballroom, where there was a concert featuring rapper Lloyd Banks. Police say Marshall was stabbed in the abdomen around 2:15 a.m. and Webster was stabbed 45 minutes later. Police did not comment on whether the incidents were connected or if the second was a retaliation. (WCAX News)

Following the concert, Banks confirmed the Buffalo show took place.

“Much love to buffalo!! the show was crazy!!,” he tweeted March 5th. (Lloyd Banks’ Twitter)

Check out a recent Lloyd Banks interview below:

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