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Shooting at Miami Gardens restaurant leaves at least 10 injured


Reports indicate that the shooting occurred at The Licking restaurant, while a video of rapper French Montana was being recorded. Police are investigating the incident.

At least 10 people were shot Thursday night at a popular restaurant in Miami Gardens, Florida, after an argument between two groups of people escalated into a shootout, local media reported.

Miami Gardens police confirmed that their officers responded to a ShotSpotter call before 8 p.m. at The Licking Miami Gardens restaurant on Northwest 27th Street, Detective Diana Gourgue told NBC local.

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According to the police, the altercation started in a different place, but ended with bullets in the restaurant.

Several witnesses said that the shooting occurred during the filming of a video by rapper French Montana, but authorities have not confirmed this version.

Authorities walk in front of The Licking restaurant in Miami Gardens after the shooting that occurred Thursday night.NBC 6

Miami Gardens Police Chief Delma Noel-Pratt told the Miami Herald that detectives were investigating a claim that a video was being made in front of the restaurant, where a large crowd had gathered.

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“We believe it is an isolated incident,” Noel-Pratt told the newspaper.

Rapper Ced Mogul told NBC 6 that he was filming the video behind a nearby KFC when someone was robbed.

Filming then moved to The Licking, where the shots were fired.

One of the injured, Mogul said, is rapper Rob49.

Police have not confirmed this information.

According to the Miami Herald, several publications on social networks indicated that another of the injured people was a bodyguard of rapper French Montana.

At least this is suggested in some videos posted on Twitter, where the police are seen helping two injured people.

According to a report published in 2019 by Forbes magazine, The Licking restaurant is co-owned by American rapper and music producer DJ Khaled and Elric "E-Class" Prince, founder of the music label Poe Boy Records.

Source: telemundo

All news articles on 2023-01-06

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