According to the information published by the TMZ portal, 19-year-old American rapper NBA Youngboy was one of the people attacked during the shooting
Sunday, in the afternoon a recorded shooting near the hotel Trump International Beach Resort , owned by tycoon and US President (USA ) Donald Trump, which is located in Miami, Florida .
The incident left a person dead and at least three others were injured by a firearm after a fight between drivers, exactly in a car rental business diagonal to the hotel, located in the area of Sunny Isles Beach , confirmed local police.
One witness said that the shots were heard from the hotel pool and that a woman escaped with a bullet wound in the shoulder.
BREAKING NOW: A massive scene in Sunny Isles near Trump International.
Authorities say at least one person is dead after shots ring out.
— Andrew Dymburt (@DymburtNews) May 12, 2019
Another person who declared the US news agency WSVN said that they were heard between 7 or 8 shots
The police ordered the evacuation of the hotel from the US president as a result of the shooting, local media reported.
Sunny isles shooting around Trump international. Heard 7-8 shots fired
— Yan Schechter (@yanschechter) May 12, 2019
The paramedics moved to a young 19-year-old wound; his condition has not been disclosed at the moment, local channel 10 reported.
The images and videos of the shooting were disseminated through social networks.
Rapper would be involved in the shooting
According to the information published by the TMZ portal, 19-year-old American rapper NBA Youngboy, whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, was one of the people who were attacked in the vicinity of Trump’s hotel when he was at the interior of a black van with other companions.
In addition, the Rap Spotlights Twitter account said that one of the rapper’s bodyguards killed the person who attacked him.
NBA Youngboy was shot at today while in his vehicle, the shooter was then chased down and killed by NBA Youngboy’s bodyguard
*NBA Youngboy is okay 🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/OMpsWKxxqL
— Rap Spotlights (@RSpotlights) May 12, 2019
NBA Youngboy had planned to perform this Sunday in Miami at the Rolling Loud festival.