An altercation inside Scarface's Lansing, Mich. concert ended the show with gunfire and three people seriously injured on Sunday night.
According to the Lansing State Journal, the shootings occurred as the result of an extended fight at the former Geto Boys member's March 13 concert at the Fahrenheit Ultra Lounge and Grill. Police reported that there was fighting still happening when officers arrived, adding that "officers encountered resistance when they tried to reach the victims."
The paper reports that three male victims, ages 25, 29 and 33, sustained injuries that were serious but not life-threatening. All three were sent to local hospitals.
Following the incident, city officials said they are looking to revoke the establishment's liquor and cabaret licenses. "Enough is enough," Mayor Virg Bernero said in a statement. "I've had it with the lax security at this establishment and I cannot in good conscience allow them to continue operating in this city."
Scarface has not commented on the issue other than a message on Twitter that said, "Thank you Lansing..."
Watch a local news report on the concert below: