The other night before French Montana’s tour bus got shot at, he performed a peaceful concert where he brought out home town hero Meek Mill for a couple of his street anthems.
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Well this isn’t good at all for French Montana’s tour rep. Last night after his show at the Theater Of Living Arts in Philly, a bunch of fans followed French’s tour bus back to his hotel to hang out before he went inside. During the hang out, a car drove by and fired some shots out the window before taking off. A 27 year old man was shot in the stomach who was taken to hospital dying shortly after. One more person was shot in the shoulder but is in stable condition.
There are no suspects right now but the police have questioned over 25 people. Three people have also been taken into custody for carrying guns themselves and it is said that someone from the tour bus returned fire. Here’s what Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey had to say.
“It’s just ignorant. You fire into a crowd and you’re gonna hit somebody. In this case, unfortunately, someone was killed. Don’t know if they had anything to do with anything, if they were a fan or what. When you find people like that, they should just never see the light of day again. I mean that kind of behavior’s just unacceptable. For me, there’s just no rehabilitation for anything like that”
Rick Ross goes to Philly and does two shows in one night. First, a surprise show at Villanova University then he goes to The Wells Fargo Stadium and shuts down Philly’s Power 99 Power House Concert with Meek Mill, Wale and Omarion.
In this episode, Meek Mill talks about living in Philadelphia and the inspiration behind some of the nightmares on his album.
While taking his Dreams & Nightmares tour to his home town of Philly, Meek Mill blessed the crowd with an acapella of a new verse which will be apart of his debut album out October 30th.
Well this explains the Made In America video teaser from the other day, so scratch out the plans for that music video.
Earlier today Jay-Z was in Philly with Mayor Michael Nutter, to announce the Made In America music festival which will be a two day event that features 28 musical performers of different genres, and will see Jay-Z headline the event. September 1st and 2nd are the dates and the location will be at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Fairmount Park. Tickets will be on sale May 23rd.