Freddie Gibbs targeted in shooting at Rough Trade NYC

Two members of the rapper's entourage suffered injuries

Rapper Freddie Gibbs was allegedly the target of a shooting in Brooklyn last night (November 3).

The New York Post report that Gibbs had been performing at Rough Trade NYC in Williamsburg when he was attacked in his car outside the venue.

“Gibbs’ crew had barely rolled one block away when the gunman – dressed in a dark hoodie – ran up to their ride and fired several shots inside,” the report reads. “Gibbs said he jumped out and ran to safety back at Rough Trade. He spotted the gunman fleeing east on 9th Street.”


Gibbs wasn’t shot, but two members of his entourage suffered injuries. The pair were taken to Bellevue hospital, with both individuals reportedly in a stable condition.

“They tried to kill Tupac. They tried to kill me, but I’m still alive,” Gibbs told the The New York Post. “I’m Freddie Gibbs. They tried to kill me, but I’m still alive.”

Police are investigating the incident but no arrests have yet been made.

The Indiana-bred rapper recently released ‘Piñata’ in March, a collaboration with producer Madlib.