T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris, will also reschedule an appearance that had been set for Wednesday in St. Louis, according to his Grand Hustle label.

T.I. plans to resume his U.S. tour Tuesday (May 9) in New Orleans, a week after the fatal shooting of his personal assistant and the wounding of three others in the rapper's entourage following a show in Cincinnati.

T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris, will also reschedule an appearance that had been set for Wednesday in St. Louis, according to his Grand Hustle label.

Police in Cincinnati said they had no new leads in the gun battle that began early Wednesday at an after-hours club during a party for T.I. and fellow rapper Yung Joc.

T.I. and his group left the party but were pursued by two sport utility vehicles, police said. T.I. wasn't injured in the exchange of shots from the vehicles as they drove toward downtown Cincinnati on Interstate 75. The vehicles pursuing the rapper's entourage were gone when police arrived.

Philant Johnson, 26, was pronounced dead at a hospital. A Minnesota woman was hospitalized, and a driver and bodyguard were treated and then released.


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