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Man Hospitalized After Shooting Outside Rod Wave Concert in Glendale
On Tuesday night, a guy who was 33 years old was shot outside of a Rod Wave performance that took place at the Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale. The police have stated that they believe a fight occurred at the Westgate Entertainment District after a man who was 33 years old left the event and bumped into another man, which caused them to argue with each other.
The second man walked away, went back, and then shot the first man. Even though the wound did not appear to be life-threatening, he was rushed to the hospital nonetheless. There were no reports of any further injuries. Around 11 o’clock, there was a report of bullets being fired, which caused a large number of concertgoers to leave the arena before the fight ever started. On the other hand, the police have confirmed that there were no shots fired inside the venue.
Neither of the two men had been recognized. Investigations of the department were given control of the case once it was handed over to them. During the Arizona stop of his “Beautiful Mind Tour,” the rapper Rod Wave made an appearance in Glendale. Hits like “Heart On Ice” and “Rags2Riches,” the latter of which features Lil Baby, have made him famous.
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A grant from the Arizona Community Foundation helps fund coverage of housing insecurity on azcentral.com and in The Arizona Republic. The funding was awarded by the Arizona Community Foundation. A man was shot outside of a Rod Wave performance in Glendale, according to a piece that originally ran in the Arizona Republic.