A Lil Baby concert was shut down after gunshots were fired, leaving one fighting for their life.
The rapper, 25, was forced off stage at the Bill Harris Arena in West Birmingham, Alabama, in the US last night after someone in the crowd began firing rounds, TMZ reports.
One person was rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment where they are being treated for life-threatening injuries, local police said.
Emergency crews arrived on the scene shortly after 10pm local time after a 1033 alert was sent out on police radio, which means officers on the scene need all possible assistance.
A video shred to social media shows a fight breaking out in the crowd while Lil Baby, whose real name is Dominique Armani Jones, performs.
Gig-goers were seen running out of the building while others dropped to the floor to avoid the shots.
Police have said there are currently no suspects in custody.
Mirror Online has contacted Lil Baby's reps for comment.
Lil Baby rose to atention in 2017 after the release of his mixtape Perfect Timing.
His song Drip Too Hard was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Song this year and was certified platinum.
Last year he won a BET Award for Best New Arist.
The gig came just days after he released his second album My Turn, which received glowing reviews from critics.
Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug and Lil Wayne all feature on the album.
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