French Montana was reportedly signing autographs on Feb. 28 for fans outside his tour bus, when a car pulled up and someone started shooting with machine guns. French was able to escape but two fans were shot, leaving one man dead.
French Montana‘s concert on Feb. 28 took a turn for the worst. The rapper was performing in Philadelphia at the Theatre of Living Arts, and after the show a “small crowd formed” around French’s tour bus. But then a car drove up and shots were fired — how scary and sad!
What Happened In The Shooting
Reports claim that a “suspicious” car drove by French’s tour bus, where he was standing outside with his security. That’s when machine guns started firing shots and two fans were shot. One fan was a 27-year-old man, and he was shot in the stomach. He ended up dying, while another fan was shot in the shoulder, but is in stable condition.
The report goes on to say that someone from French’s entourage got their own gun and fired back. Police believe that French and his buddies were not the target of the shooting.
French is so lucky that he wasn’t hurt but isn’t it just terribly scary that fans can’t go to a concert without fear of getting shot?
This leads to a major question, should fans be even allowed to go back by the tour bus? It appears that this shooting happened very late at night and maybe if the fans hadn’t been back there hanging out with French, this wouldn’t have happened. But then again, how can you control these types of horrific tragedies.