Yo Gotti’s Tour Bus Shot Following Tennessee Concert
Police are currently investigating an apparent act of targeted vandalism after Yo Gotti’s tour bus was struck with gun shots in Nashville, Tennessee late Tuesday night.
According to reports from The Tennessean, officers responded at 11:10 p.m. to the intersection of Hayes Street and Louise Avenue near the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel and found the Memphis native and multi-platinum rapper’s unoccupied tour bus struck multiple times, police spokeswoman Kris Mumford said.
Police checked the bus and, luckily, found no gunshot victims on board, according to Mumford. As of Wednesday no arrest had been made in the case and a motive for the apparent targeted vandalism remained under investigation. Bullet holes peppered the bus, and at least one tire was blown out. It’s unclear if the motive was simply to vandalize the bus or worse.
This shooting took place following the rapper’s latest tour stop at Mercy Lounge in Nashville, with special guests at the show included 42 Dugg and Co Cash.
This latest incident is far from the first time Yo Gotti has been involved in a dangerous situation like this. Last year one person was shot and killed outside his show in Kansas City and back in 2017, LAPD arrested Gotti’s friend Corey McClendon on a charge of attempted murder in the shooting of Young Dolph in front of a Hollywood hotel.
Cops are still investigating the shooting, but so far, no arrests have been made.