Multiple people shot, 2 fatally, during concert in Mississippi

A dramatic shooting at a “Big Boogie” event in Mississippi was caught on video, which ended with over one hundred shots fired and at least two people dead.

The incident took place at the LPS Ballpark in Como, where around 100 people were attending the Big Boogie event, which featured several artists and dancing.

Women could be seen twerking away in the video, much to the glee of the densely-packed (and largely unmasked) crowd, who were seemingly no longer interested in following social distancing guidelines.

Suddenly, shots rang out, continuing as the crowd scattered and trampled over one another.

District Attorney John Champion told WMC 5 that two people died in the shooting and multiple others were injured, with several still in the hospital.

One of the victims was identified by locals and rappers as Jasmine Bradshaw. A review of her social media revealed that she was reported to be pregnant at the time of her death.

“I’m ready to go back to work,” she wrote the day prior to her death.

Several individuals in the local and national community quickly began spreading conspiracy theories on the profile of Memphis-area rapper Bighomie Lynn, claiming that white citizens or police officers staged a “false-flag” attack.

“I believe it white people shooting up these events now,” wrote Whitney Wells.

“Now come on, y’all know who did that,” Willie Verner replied. “White racist police officers.”

The investigation is ongoing, and no suspects have been named as of yet.

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