Shooting At ‘Love & Hip Hop New York’ Premiere Party, Erica Mena’s BFF Injured?
During Monday night’s Love & Hip Hop New York’s premiere party, a fight apparently broke out and shots were fired. According to reports, none of the cast members were injured, but Erica Mena’s friend and manager, Albee was wounded.
“For all those asking my Bff Albee is okay and doing well. Thanks for all your concerns,” she tweeted on Tuesday morning.
It is still unclear how the fight started, but it’s being reported that one of the cast members and their crew were involved in the shooting. On Tuesday morning, cast mate Peter Gunz tweeted:
“Was a good time last night such a shame it had to end that way.”
The rapper also posted this image on Instagram of himself enjoying a beer with the caption:
“Im good… Got the F*ck outta There before It Jumped off…”
VH1 tells HipHollywood that the have no comment.
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