Canadian superstar Justin Bieber and American rapper Kodak Black are in court over an alleged shooting which took place during the 2022 Super Bowl weekend.
Kodak Black (L) Justin Bieber (R)
Reports from popular entertainment news outlet, TMZ reveal that two men, Mark Schaefer and Adam Rahman filed a suit against the two artists claiming to have been shot and severely injured in February 2022 outside The Nice Guy in Los Angeles following Bieber’s concert after-party during the Super Bowl weekend.
It was reported earlier that three people including Kodak had been shot in the incident by an unidentified assailant who attacked a member of Kodak’s entourage.
The complainants claim rapper Kodak was a major catalyst in escalating the situation thus laying the blame squarely on him. The venue of the event has also caught some heat for what has been labelled as sheer complacency in the matter.
In what comes as the aftermath, the alleged victims are going after Kodak, Justin, the venue, a few other entities the deem responsible and the city of Los Angeles and West Hollywood for damages.
Bradford Cohen the attorney for Kodak black has dismissed the complaint, calling it poorly drafted and referring to it as an embarrassment of a suit.
While the story continues to develop, there have been no comments from Justin or any of the other groups allegedly involved in the event.
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