This is terrifying! The Game had to cancel his concert in Oregon early after gunshots were fired into the crowd. Was anyone hurt? We’ve got terrifying footage right here.
OMG! A fun concert turned into a war-zone on Oct. 6 during The Game’s, 36, performance in Portland, Oregon. Sadly, The Game had just begun his opening act when shots rang out in the audience, according to TMZ.
In video footage obtained by the publication, you can see and hear fans frantically moving away from the stage and making their way to safety. The 40-second video also shows shoes and clothing left on the floor as people continued to run for safety. Police officers at the scene appeared to be trying to calm the scared fans as well as find the shooter.
This is definitely a horrifying event, but thankfully, no one seems to have been hurt or caught in the crossfire. Although the cops reportedly swarmed the arena as soon as the shots went off, they were not able to find a victim or shooter. The police also reportedly checked local hospital and no victims turned up, according to TMZ. Nonetheless, the venue was closed for the rest of the night, and Game never performed his full set.
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The Game also appears to be unharmed by the shooting. Following the cancelled concert, the rapper posted an image of marijuana on Instagram, advertising his new strain of medical marijuana. Game may be putting on seemingly laid back attitude, but this isn’t the first time he and his entourage have been targeted. The Game’s crew was reportedly the targets of a drive by shooting outside of the Fontainebleau in Miami back in Sept. 2016 as well. Yikes!
Another incident that may be relevant, is Game’s recent feud with rapper Meek Mill, according to TMZ. The Game recently blasted Nicki Minaj’s, 33, boyfriend, labeling him a “snitch” and even calling him a rat! Meek Mill, 29, has already hit back, blasting Game for his comments. But while the two have exchanged verbal shots over the weeks, there has been no reported signs that suggest Meek Mill was in anyway involved in the shooting.
HollywoodLifers, can you believe the footage of the shooting at The Game’s concert?