Shots were fired at Chris Brown’s pre-VMAs party on Aug. 24 at 1OAK nightclub, and we have video from inside the club when it happened. Click to watch the video.
Music producer Suge Knight, 49, and two others were injured during a shooting at Chris Brown’s, 25, pre-VMAs party on Aug. 24. The shots may have been intended for Chris, according to an eyewitness. We now have a terrifying video of the shooting inside 1OAK.
Chris Brown Shot At During Pre-VMA Party — Watch Terrifying Video
Shots rang out at Chris’ party at 1OAK nightclub, leaving three partygoers injured, and one in critical condition.
Chris posted a video on his Instagram page before the shooting happened. Chris and the crowd were singing “Loyal.”
In a video posted by Kathy Kt, you can see partygoers scrambling for cover as the shots were fired. Guests were yelling and screaming as they sought safety.
In another Instagram video, guests were frantic to seek cover and security told partygoers to “get down,” according to Daily Mail.
Eyewitness Katie Clendon said that Chris was the intended target of the gunshots. “Literally can’t believe what I just witnessed. Someone tried to fire shots at Chris Brown at 1oak. Speechless,” she posted on Twitter. One partygoer had blood on her knees after the frightening ordeal, as seen in an Instagram photo reposted by KTLA reporter Kacey Montoya.
Tyson Beckford, Robert Ri’chard and Apple de Ap all attended the party, TMZ reports. Justin Bieber, 20, was photographed with Chris before the shooting. Justin’s rep did not confirm or deny whether or not the singer was at the party on Aug. 24.
After the terrifying ordeal, Chris left 1OAK and did not speak about the shooting. The crowd hit the streets of West Hollywood after the shots were fired, as shown in the video. Multiple police cars and fire trucks were outside the club.
Suge was reportedly shot six times, according to TMZ. After the shooting, he walked out of 1OAK and was taken to the hospital. He underwent surgery for his injuries and is expected to be OK. Suge’s fans are worried about the producer and are “outraged” over the violence.
— Avery Thompson