Chris Brown concert ends in shooting

A CHRIS Brown concert ended in a shooting.  

The 25-year-old singer was performing one of his tracks, 'Loyal', at a nightclub in San Jose, California early on Sunday morning, when he noticed a group of people fighting in the far corner.  

A video obtained by gossip site TMZ shows Chris being distracted by the kerfuffle at the back of the club.  

Gunshots can then be heard, with the crowd quickly dispersing to avoid being in the line of fire.  

The 'Yeah 3X' hitmaker was quickly ushered off the stage by security and did not suffer any injuries.  

However, five people did attend hospital following the shooting.  

An attendee could be heard screaming: "Oh my god, oh my god, there's a gun. Somebody's shooting."  

Police have reportedly detained several people but it remains unclear as to whether anyone has been arrested.   It is not the first time someone has been injured at an event hosted by Chris Brown.  

Music mogul, Suge Knight, "lost a lot of blood" after he was shot six times during the singer's party in August last year.  

He had to have surgery at Cedars Sinai hospital after the incident but has since recovered.  

A statement released on behalf of Suge's relatives at the time read: "The family of Suge Knight asks that you keep Suge in your prayers and to stray away from the negativity portrayed by the media.  

"Suge is currently resting and has lost a lot of blood, he's human. He's done a lot of things for the community and the culture as a whole so we ask that you respect that."



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