Gunfires were aimed at Tyga's van and trailer after he finished a live concert at Sokol Auditorium in south of downtown Omaha. The rapper fortunately escaped the shots unscathed, but two of his entourage were wounded and one of them needed treatment.
Female rapper Honey Cocaine, whose real name Sochitla Sal, was wounded in her arm and was taken to Creighton University Medical Center. Another victim, Derrick Lowe, was grazed by a bullet on his hip but refused treatment.
"Got shot and I'm not dead. #LoveLifeAndGod," Honey tweeted. "What happened, happened. God loves me and he loves you." Tyga, meanwhile, wrote on his page, "Let's be clear them was haters not fans. My fans love me and I love them."
According to police, the shots were unleashed from a black four-door sedan as Tyga and his associates boarded their tour bus to leave the venue. More shots were fired from the vehicle as it followed the group for a few blocks.
Earlier in the night, Tyga exchanged heated words with some concertgoers inside the Auditorium. Before delivering his single "Rack City", he confronted the audience members after some garbage was thrown to the stage.
"Who threw this s**t? Who threw it? You threw it? ... alright, see my outside," he said before adding moments later, "For real, you can meet me outside. I'm gonna do this one more motherf**king song for my fans and them I'm gonna go outside you b***h-a** ni**a."
A brief fight broke out as people left the building after the show, just before the gunfires. Police are still investigating the incident, and cite a disturbance during the concert as a trigger to the shooting. No arrest has been made.