This may or may not have anything to do with him, but several luxury cars got shot up early Monday morning outside a recording studio complex connected to embattled rapper Rick Ross.
Specifically, the shooting happened around 4am in the parking lot of Twelve Studios in Atlanta, according to the Atlanta police department.
AJC.com reports that a late-model Corvette, a Mercedes CL63 that retails for over $150,000 and an Infiniti G35 were damaged by the gunfire, which happened just outside Twelve Music Group and UDigg Studios.
There was no indication Ross was involved in the shooting or at the studio at the time of the incident, according to an Atlanta police incident report obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The AJC previously reported Ross was opening an office in the Twelve Studios complex, which is in an industrial area off Collier Road. The door to UDigg Studios features a drawing of Ross and two shovels.
According to the incident report, two women told police they were inside one of the music studios when they “heard (a) loud noise that sounded like fireworks but were actually gunshots.”
One of the women told police she went to check on her vehicle when she saw shattered glass on the floor in the studio.
The report goes on to say that officers found eight .40-caliber shell casings in the street in front of the studio.
Besides the three cars being shot up, the gunfire also shattered a glass window of the building, according to police. No injuries were reported.