8 March, 2010@9:58 am
After a scuffle between Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane’s camps last week ended in gunshots, a trail of shells continues to follow rapper Waka Flocka Flames, as eight teens were shot at his performance in Gary, Indiana, taking wounds to the legs, stomach, back, and wrists.
Indiana’s Post-Tribune suggests that while the injuries were not life threatening, that ultimately a hype man divided the crowd into “east” and “west” sets, inciting the riot.
“The kids have separated themselves into East and West sides,” Cmdr. Michael Mallett told the paper. “They’ve been doing it for many years now, but it’s gotten worse, especially when you have entertainers making references to East Side vs. West Side. The youth in our community have taken it to heart.”
Currently, no arrests have been made.
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