Two Dead After A Cousin Stizz Concert Turns Violent

4 people shot, 2 killed, in downtown Atlanta shooting

Atlanta Journal Constituion reports that Atlanta police officer Lisa Bender said two people got "rowdy" and climbed onto the stage in between sets, and that "another patron took issue and an argument ensued".

Police say attendees at The Masquerade in Lower Alabama Street were enjoying a rap concert when the shooter stormed the venue and started shooting.

According to ABC News, local authorities confirmed that the act of violence left two people dead and two people injured.

The other two were taken to hospital and are expected to make a full recovery. One victim was pronounced dead on the scene of a gunshot wound to the chest. At last check they were in stable condition. Police have asked that anyone who witnessed the shooting or may have information about the events that unfolded at Underground Atlanta to contact them. Detectives also planned on using club surveillance video hoping to id the shooter. I've always called my shows family reunions because they're never anything but fun, safe, good vibes and positivity. "I'm in shock and at a loss for words for the senseless violence".

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Confirming the incident, Stizz said he was "completely heartbroken".

The convert venue's website showed rappers Cousin Stizz, Levi Carter, Big Leano and Givon were scheduled to perform Sunday, WXIA-TV reported.

The Atlanta Police Department homicide squad's investigation into the shooting is ongoing.