ScHoolboy Q Shooting Far From Accidental, Says Sheriff’s Office

ScHoolboy Q Shooting Far From Accidental, Says Sheriff’s Office

Less than 48 hours after the near-fatal shooting ScHoolboy Q found himself in, new reports claim the attack may have been intentional. #MoreToTheStory

According to the latest reports, the rapper’s SUV may have been targeted by the shooter.

Rapper ScHoolboy Q may have been the intended target of a gunman who sprayed his sport utility vehicle with rifle fire outside a concert in Colorado on Thursday night, injuring three passengers. “It appears to be more targeted than random, based on what we’ve learned so far,” Jacki Kelley, a spokeswoman for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, told NBC News. (NBC News)

Instead of slowing down to reflect on life, ScHoolboy said he would not let the attack change his travel plans heading into the weekend.

“and IM STILL GOING TO ICELAND 2MORROW, & NEW YORK WEDNESDAY,” ScHoolboy tweeted June 20. (ScHoolboy Q’s Twitter)

The near-fatal attack went down Thursday (June 19) in Colorado.

Rapper ScHoolboy Q was in a vehicle that was fired on after a concert at the popular Red Rocks outdoor amphitheater in Colorado, but he was not injured, investigators said Friday. Three other people were hurt in the shooting late Thursday in the parking lot at Red Rocks, but their injuries were not life-threatening, and one was discharged from the hospital Friday. (USA Today)

Despite the public crime, no arrests had been made as of Friday.

Police and sheriff’s deputies were searching for a man with a rifle, but no arrests had been made. Q and at least four other people were in a white sport-utility vehicle that was fired on at Red Rocks, in the foothills west of Denver, Kelley said. They drove themselves to a Denver intersection about 15 miles away, apparently in search of a hospital, she said. (USA Today)

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