Chris Brown’s pre-VMAs party in West Hollywood was subjected to violence on Aug. 24. Suge Knight and three others were shot inside the club, and we have a new video from the shooting. Click to watch.
In the midst of Chris Brown’s, 25, pre-VMAs party at 1OAK nightclub, shots were fired and left music producer Suge Knight, 49, and two others injured. A new video from the terrifying shooting has surfaced from inside the party. Watch to see the scary situation unfold.
Chris Brown & Suge Knight New Shooting Video
In the new footage, you can hear security telling guests to “get down” after the shots were fired. See the chilling video below:
Videos from before, during and after the shooting at Chris’ nightclub party have also surfaced. One features Chris and partygoers having a ball singing his hit song “Loyal.”
Another video is directly after the shooting took place. Guests were ducking for cover and frantic screams can be heard. After the shooting ended, Chris left 1OAK amidst a crowded street. The streets were flooded with partygoers, police and other bystanders as the party came to a shocking close.
Medical personnel can also be seen transferring the injured in a video obtained by Daily Mail.
Many believe that Chris was the intended target of the gunfire. “Literally can’t believe what I just witnessed. Someone tried to fire shots at Chris Brown at 1oak. Speechless,” eyewitness Katie Clendon wrote on her Twitter.
Tyson Beckford, Robert Ri’chard and Apple de Ap were all in attendance at the party. Justin Bieber, 20, also chilled with Chris before the party. We have not heard back from Justin’s rep about whether or not he was present at the shooting.
The Death Row Records founder was shot six times at the event, TMZ reports. After he was shot, he walked out of 1OAK and was taken to the hospital. The outlet says he underwent surgery and is expected to be OK.
This isn’t the first time Suge has been shot at a pre-VMAs party. He was shot in the leg at Kanye West’s party in 2005. He was also seated in the driver’s seat next to Tupac Shakur when the rapper was killed in 1996.
Since the shooting, Chris has spoken out about terrifying ordeal. Check out what he had to say here.
Our thoughts go out to Suge and the other victims at this time.
— Avery Thompson