Cousin Stizz "Completely Heartbroken" After Fatal Shooting At His ATL Show

Two people killed after shooting at Cousin Stizz show

One died at the scene, the other at Grady Memorial Hospital.

The unhappy concertgoer then pulled his pistol, shooting the people he was arguing with, then shooting towards the ground, which was when he likely hit the two bystanders in the legs.

The two who climbed onto the stage at The Masquerade at Underground Atlanta were shot Sunday night by someone in the crowd who got angry, Atlanta police officer Lisa Bender said. They learned that two of the four victims got rowdy and climbed on the stage during a break before the show's main act, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Police are looking for one man they believe targeted the deceased before fleeing.

Two men are left dead after a shooting at an Underground Atlanta club Sunday night. The two people who were wounded are expected to survive.

Cousin Stizz, who is slated to play the House of Blues in Boston on November 24, was one of four acts scheduled to perform at Sunday's concert.

Authorities are now seeking the shooting suspect and asking for witnesses to come forward.

The 25-year-old said he was "completely heartbroken", calling his fans "family". "My thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families".

Cousin Stizz postponed his DC show that was scheduled for Monday night due to the shooting.

Rapper Cousin Stizz said he was shocked by the "senseless violence". He signed a record deal with RCA in 2016, and was among the dozens of artists who played at Boston Calling last May.

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