Black Rap Mogul shot SIX times (video)

Is there a rogue cop on the loose in West Hollywood, where an unarmed black man was shot six times?

I’m sure the CNN trucks are headed to LA to find out the details of why Suge Knight was shot six times at a party.

They don’t know who the shooter was, but speculation is that George Bush did it.


Here is how it was described in the New York Daily News:

Gunshots rang out at a pre-Video Music Awards party hosted by Chris Brown and singer Pia Mia in West Hollywood in the early morning hours on Sunday.

Shortly after 1:30 a.m. Sunday morning, a shooting occurred at 1OAK nightclub in the 9000 block of Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood where two men and a woman were wounded, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department said in a statement provided to the Daily News.

The suspect remains unknown, but the victims include a 49-year-old male, widely reported as music producer Marion (Suge) Knight, as well as two unnamed victims, a 32-year-old male and a 19-year-old female. All the victims were transported to local hospitals and are expected to recover.

While the 25-year-old R&B singer is said to have been the intended target, it was Knight who took the heat along with the two other victims, reports TMZ.

“Literally can’t believe what I just witnessed,” one attendee, Katie Clendon, tweeted after she was seemingly inside the club. “Someone tried to fire shots at Chris Brown at 1oak. Speechless.”

Others thought Brown and fellow celeb attendee Justin Bieber were the targets.

To quote Juan Williams, “…shot SIX TIMES!

There will be no marches, because these shootings are “business as usual,” and this one will certainly be the talk of the town for sometime, as Hollyweirdos wear their “I could have been shot at the VMA event” t-shirts, and speak of their individual bravery in not spilling their cocktails.

If only it had been a cop who did it. Talk about bad timing on this one. Where is LAPD when you need them.

For the record, an almost 50-year old man has no business in a nightclub.

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