Young Dolph Targeted in Charlotte Shooting: Report

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Young Dolph performs at Philips Arena on June 18, 2016 in Atlanta. 

On Saturday night (Feb. 25), Memphis rapper Young Dolph's SUV was reportedly shot at over 100 times in Charlotte, N.C. before a CIAA basketball game. 

According to The Charlotte Observer, the incident took place at the intersection of 8th and North Caldwell Street near an apartment complex. At approximately 6:30 p.m., bullets flew, with dozens said to have connected with Dolph's black SUV.

The "Foreva" rapper was reportedly able to walk away unscathed, despite reports indicating that his car was shot at over 100 times. No one was said to be injured, and the shooting is still under investigation. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police would not confirm details or Young Dolph's involvement.

For Dolph, he was in town for the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) tournament weekend. After the shooting, he performed at Charlotte's Cameo Night Club lather that night, where he graced the stage with Migos and 21 Savage. 

Following the shooting, Dolph tweeted "U loose" with a laughing, crying emoji. 

A rep for Young Dolph did not immediately respond to Billboard's request for comment. 

Check out footage of the aftermath below.