San Francisco clothing store Dying Breed wanted to kick off its sixth anniversary on Friday (June 9) with an old-school block party and a classic RBL Posse performance. The veteran rap group was excited about the show, as it was also due to launch a capsule line with the brand. However, that plan went awry and was fatal when gun spray ruined the entire event around 9pm local time.
according to new york post, a total of nine people were hospitalized after the shooter blew up the rally. The San Francisco Police Department is investigating the shooting and believes all victims who were taken to San Francisco General Hospital will survive.
of San Francisco police said. “Due to investigations related to the shooting incident, please avoid the 24th/Treat Street area,” the statement said.
In the early hours of Saturday (June 10), Deputy Secretary Raj Bhaswani addressed the incident on Twitter.he tweeted“#SFPD investigators are at the scene of the 24th and Treat shootings. .
“This is provisional and subject to change. So far, nine victims have been shot, with further information coming out late in the morning. NIU, CVRT, and I can tell you that investigators from Additional Support have been called in for assistance with other details.If you have any information/videos/pictures, please get in touch #230398320.”
“There are varying degrees of injury, from non-life threatening to life threatening,” he added. The ages of the victims are as follows: #1 23-year-old male, #2 22-year-old male, #3 25-year-old male, #4 Current UNK information, #5 27-year-old male, #6 29-year-old male, #7 34 year old male, #8 19 year old female, #9 35 year old male. “
Police also believe the incident was a “targeted and isolated” attack. RBL Posse has not released a statement regarding the shooting.