Rapper DaBaby is being questioned as part of an investigation into a Memorial Day shooting outside of a celebrity hotspot in Miami, Florida.
According to multiple reports, the ‘Suge’ rapper (real name Jonathan Lyndale Kirk) is “one of many individuals currently being interviewed” following a shooting that left two individuals hospitalized with gunshot wounds.
A police spokesperson confirmed the shooting, which took place before midnight, near Prime 112 steakhouse — which is frequented by A-list celebrities. At this point, two people were shot, with one remaining in critical condition and the other being treated at a local hospital.
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Following the shooting, police say they detained “several possible subjects” and that “multiple witnesses are currently being interviewed as a part of the ongoing investigation.”
The Miami Beach Fire Rescue transported both patients to a local hospital’s trauma unit — where one sustained a shoulder injury and the other to the leg.
It should be noted, DaBaby doesn’t appear to be listed as a suspect in the ongoing investigation — but, law enforcement is interviewing him about the incident.
“Detectives are actively following several leads pertaining to last night’s shooting near [First] Street and Ocean Drive…” Miami Beach Police said in a press released.
They continued, “At this time, no arrests have been made. Anyone with information is urged to contact Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.”
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This is not the first time DaBaby has had a brush with the law in Miami, Florida — he was arrested in Miami on New Year’s Eve for allegedly punching a promoter in the face. At the time, the rapper denied being involved in the incident and was released from jail.
Plus, according to reports, the rapper was arrested earlier this year in Beverly Hills for allegedly carrying a loaded firearm.
Unfortunately, the South Beach shooting was part of a very violent weekend in Miami. This incident was the seventh known instance of gun violence in the area since Thursday. In the county, four individuals were killed, and more than two dozen injured.