2 shot, others injured after gunfire broke out at Asian Doll’s North Carolina concert


Two people were shot and others were injured while fleeing the fire that broke out at about a.m. North Carolina College The homecoming party will feature rapper Asean Dole on Saturday night, officials said.

In a statement, city officials said officers who were called to the Livingston College campus in Salisbury around 11 p.m. found two people shot and two others wounded when attendees fled the shooting.

Video footage from the concert shows that a fight broke out while the Asian Doll was on stage. One person, not a Livingston student, fired one or more bullets, Police and school officials He said in a joint statement.

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City spokeswoman Linda McIlroy said in a text that a male victim with a gunshot wound was airlifted to Charlotte’s Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center, where he was in stable condition, and a victim with a grazing wound was treated at a local hospital and released. Sunday afternoon. She could not determine if the victims were adults.

Asian Doll arrives at the MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on August 20, 2018 in New York. Two people were shot and others injured after a shooting at a North Carolina college homecoming party featuring rapper Asian Dole, on October 15, 2022.
(Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, file)

McIlroy said no arrests were made.

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Livingston, a historically black school, is located in Salisbury, which is about 35 miles away Northeast Charlotte.

Livingston President Dr. Anthony J. Davis said in a statement that the school’s priority is to ensure students’ mental health and to evaluate public safety measures to create a safe environment. He said the college is cooperating with the police during the investigation.


“I am saddened that our students, alumni, our family and our friends have been subjected to this senseless act of violence,” Davis said.

The accident wasn’t the only homecoming event that ended in shooting during the Weekend. Early Sunday, four people, including three students, were injured in a shooting as Clark Atlanta University was walking home outside a campus library while a DJ was performing.

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