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Boosie Badazz Responds to Canceled Virginia Concert Following Gunfire

Boosie Badazz performs during the Collegrove Tour at Oracle Arena on Nov. 10, 2016 in Oakland, Calif.
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Boosie Badazz performs during the Collegrove Tour at Oracle Arena on Nov. 10, 2016 in Oakland, Calif.  

Boosie Badazz's Saturday night (April 1) performance was canceled after shots were fired inside of a Virginia venue. 

According to TMZ, Badazz was slated to headline a show at Virginia Motorsports Park for the second Annual Spring Fest. Before he graced the stage, shots rang out. Two people were reportedly injured and transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. No arrests have been made. 

Badazz then took to Instagram to voice his frustrations. “Kinda pissed off,” he began. “I was supposed to be in Dinwiddie at the car show. They started shooting. They started shooting again. So, I wont be allowed to go. Now all these girls walking in the hotel. ‘I ain’t going to Boosie show they be shootin’ too much. They gone start shooting.’ Shut the f--k up, b---h I’m mad.”

He also lent his support to the victims that were injured during the event. "Dam Dinwiddie that's f--ked up I was ready--headed to Raleigh/my heart n prayers go out to the victims of last night. Stop blaming me for this craziness," he wrote in the caption.

In February, Badazz's video shoot for "Dirty" featuring Baby Soulja was halted in Jacksonville because of a nearby shooting. One man was left dead, while four others were injured. 

Take a look at his post below. 

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