Cops Blame Rapper French Montana And Crew For Situation That Led To Shooting At Miami Restaurant

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - OCTOBER 19: Chicago police officers patrol downtown as the city celebrates the Chicago Sky's WNBA title on October 19, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. The city has started to place police officers on unpaid leave for refusing to comply with the city's requirements that they report their COVID-19 vaccination status. Only about 65 percent of the city's police have complied with the order. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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  • “Our hearts are heavy and go out to the victims of this senseless act,” The Licking, a restaurant group owned by DJ Khaled, said in a statement. “We were not aware of a video being filmed and found out last min(ute) French Montana was shooting a scene in the back parking lot.”
  • “We have no idea what actually took place,” the statement continued. “The Licking restaurant has nothing to do with the incident and has given police the necessary footage requested.”
  • Noel-Pratt said that the well-being of the victims was “very important” and that police “wish to convey our well wishes for a speedy and full recovery.”

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