May 26, 2016; 11:49 AM ET
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One person was killed and three others were injured including rapper Troy Ave during a shooting at a concert in Irving Plaza in Manhattan.
The gunshots broke out backstage Wednesday night after a fight reportedly between two rival crews associated with rapper Maino and Troy Ave.
A 33-year-old male victim shot in the stomach was pronounced dead at Beth Israel Hospital, said police. Police identified him as Ronald McPhatter, the brother of Shanduke McPhatter, an anti-violence advocate.
A 26-year-old woman was shot in the leg and a 34-year-old man shot in the chest were listed in stable condition at Bellevue Hospital.
Troy Ave, 30, was grazed in the leg. He was treated at New York University Hospital.
The NYPD said security camera video shows a fight broke out in the venue and then a man is seen firing a gun at the crowded concert.
WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGEGunshots just went off at the T.I concert, never been so scared in my life pic.twitter.com/rn0CjpAuaU-- Marco (@markygeezy) May 26, 2016
The shooting began inside the third floor V.I.P. area at about 10:15 p.m., said police. It is unclear how a gun made it inside despite metal detectors used to scan concert goers.4 shot/1 dead in gun fight inside @IrvingPlaza.Happened mins before rapper T.I.(@Tip)set to perform.Details @fox5ny pic.twitter.com/0wh7jMWZHN-- Teresa Priolo (@Fox5Teresa) May 26, 2016
Maino and Uncle Murda were performing when gunshots rang out again and sent the crowd of approximately 950 into a frenzy.
The NYPD responded with a massive mobilization and remained on the scene Thursday.
Grammy winner T.I., who was headlining the event, was not injured in the shooting and did not appear to be involved, said police.
No arrests were made. A police investigation was ongoing.#RIP #Ronald McPhatter 33yo @TroyAve bodyguard shot & killed last night @IrvingPlaza @MeganRyte @oldmanebro @HOT97 pic.twitter.com/6SPE0N7R5v-- Lisa Evers (@LisaEvers) May 26, 2016
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