Following a verbal and physical confrontation, Washington D.C. rapper No Savage is being sought by authorities in connection with a shooting at a Virginia shopping mall. According to Fox 5 DC, the rapper is being accused of firing multiple shots inside the Tysons Corner Mall. Both shots were captured on camera.
No Savage is being filmed by a group of men who follow and taunt him in one video. As the clip progresses, No Savage can be seen becoming more angry when hecklers continue to laugh at his expense, prompting him to threaten the men by ordering them to flee this mall before you crush them.
During the second video, No Savage is seen firing a pistol on two men during an altercation on the second floor of the mall, sending shoppers and employees running in danger. While no one was shot during the melee, three people were hurt while no one was shot, and No Savage is reportedly fleeing the scene in a black Cadillac with Washington D.C. plates.
During a press conference on Monday (June 20) Police Chief Kevin Davis said he expects the rappers'' arrest to arrive in short order and that he would be held accountable for his actions.
No Savage, a rising star in the DMV area, has gained a loyal following, generating millions of views on YouTube from music videos for his songs Reaper and the Shy Glizzy collaboration Mood Switch.
Fans on social media and other platforms are expressing concern over the charges against them, so No Savage took to his Instagram account to say to his supporters: ''I love you for giving me permission to lety down.''
No Savage, who was already facing outstanding gun charges from 2021 at the time of the Tysons Corner Mall shooting, has been charged with attempted malicious wounding, three counts of discharging a weapon into an occupied building, and possession of a firearm in a felony prosecution.
There is no information on whether the rapper has been detained or if he has turned himself in.