Cardi B's husband Offset might have been the target of a potentially deadly shooting at a U.S. recording studio, according to a new report. On Wednesday night, Offset was recording at the Crossover Entertainment Group studio in Atlanta when, according to surveillance footage obtained by TMZ, an unknown shooter sprayed the building in bullets while hanging out the passenger side of the auto.
A motive was not confirmed in the police's statement. Shortly after 9 p.m., passengers in a passing auto shot at the building, and the bullets struck three vehicles, the outside of the building, and at least one apartment window. However, there was a report of somebody being shot in the leg, although officers did not find a victim.
Now police are investigating more into the shooting.
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The shooting took place over two weeks after a warrant for Offset's arrest was reportedly issued in Georgia. There was panic in the studios when the shots rang out and people ran for cover. Officers responded, but Offset was long gone by the time they arrived.
Cardi B this week appeared at the Met Gala in NY in an elaborate red gown.
Offset is one-third of the Grammy-nominated rap group the Migos and is the husband of rap megastar Cardi B, 26. The couple also share 9-month-old daughter, Kulture.
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