|Blacc Hollywood is out this week. Mourning the lost of a fan is on Wednesday. Wiz Khalifa and Jeezy express condolences to the family of a concert goer who was killed.|
You just want to have fun, get drunk and get high. That's the way you want to be.... When you're going to a Wiz Khalifa concert. Unfortunately, a man loses his life to gun violence behind the curtain.
Usually, any concert held by Wiz Khalifa is peaceful. But the company that came with the rapper might have been the reason for the shooting.
Papa Jeezy was an opening act. A known act with ties to the Black Mafia Family. So obviously, I am guessing the people you're associated with could be the reason to the gun violence.
Cameron Thomaz is relatively a peaceful guy.
He is one of my favorite artists. Wiz Khalifa is a strong advocate for the Carolina Pine. While in Mountain View, California, he and his fans were blazing up when this incident jumped off.
The Associated Press reports that 38-year-old Eric Johnson died Saturday after he was shot multiple times backstage during a concert at a popular Silicon Valley venue, authorities said.
The shooting occurred at Shoreline Amphitheatre, where Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa, Atlanta hip hop artist Jeezy and others had finished performing Friday night. The victim, whose name was not immediately released, died at a hospital.
Police rushed to the outdoor venue after receiving multiple calls that shots had been fired. However, no arrests have been made, and officers were still looking for a male suspect believed to be in his 20s and armed with a handgun.
|Man got killed during a Wiz Khalfia concert.|
Authorities don't yet know how a gun made it into the amphitheater, where patrons undergo security screening, Mountain View police spokeswoman Shino Tanaka told KTVU-TV (http://bit.ly/1BOuxnh ).
Wiz Khalifa was scheduled to continue his Under the Influence of Music Tour at Sleep Train Amphitheater in Chula Vista, California, on Saturday night, but the show was canceled "due to an active investigation" of the shooting at the Shoreline Amphitheatre, concert organizer Live Nation said in a statement.
A post on Wiz Khalifa's Twitter account blamed the cancellation on "a situation out of our control."
The rapper also called shooting "a senseless tragedy."
"Violence is never the answer. My prayers go out to the victim's family," he tweeted.
He has another concert scheduled Sunday in Irvine, California.
We agree with Wiz Khalifa. This was a senseless tragedy. An event that adds fuel to the fire of the perception of how the racist right views Black America.
We here at Journal de la Reyna sends our condolences to the family of Eric Johnson.