Rapper Lil Durk Has Denied His Tour Bus Was Damaged In A Fatal Shooting Outside His Concert In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania On Friday (04sep15).
One man died outside the Theater of the Living Arts venue amid the gunfire, and reports suggested the shots also damaged the windshield of Lil Durk's tour bus.
However, the hip-hop star has now denied his vehicle was damaged in the incident and insisted none of his team was hurt.
In a message posted on his Instagram.com page, he writes, "They said tour bus got shot up and one of us got shot (sic)... We all good we on the way to next city Pittsburgh we on the way (sic)..."
Philadelphia police stopped a limousine near the location of the shooting and took three suspects in for questioning.
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