Miami-Dade police and Sunny Isles Beach police said that at least one person was shot dead in the violence, which occurred within shouting distance of the Sunny Isles Beach Police Department, the Miami Herald reported.
The rapper "NBA Youngboy" was involved in a dispute in front of the Trump hotel, according to multiple reports.
Witnesses claim the rapper became involved in a dispute with a group of unknown people when shots were fired, the New Zealand Herald reported.
The alleged footage from the scene was shared by netizens.
— m (@madisonXcassidy) 12 мая 2019 г.
Later the first video from the scene was deleted as it was "bought", according to the Twitter account owner.
the video has been bought i no longer own it sorry— m (@madisonXcassidy) May 12, 2019
— Solange Dornelles (@Solangedor) 12 мая 2019 г.
de polícia de Sunny Isles Beach. A lista de chamadas do Miami-Dade Fire Rescue coloca o endereço do hotel, 18001 Collins Ave., como a localização do incidente e indicou que há pelo menos um paciente com alerta de trauma. pic.twitter.com/eEsCKNVfRB— INSTA gastroplastizadas (@gastroplastias) May 12, 2019
A purported witness of the incident turned to Twitter, saying that he heard 7-8 shots. He added that it was a "battle" between two rappers, "one tried to get away and died in his car in the plaza."
Word on the street is that it’s a dispute between two rappers, one tried to get away and died in his car in the plaza— Yan Schechter (@yanschechter) 12 мая 2019 г.
According to the Epoch Times, paramedics rushed the injured woman, 19, to Aventura Hospital and Medical Center. Her condition was not known.
Police are reportedly looking for three suspects, who were armed with an AK-47 and several handguns, searching for a silver GMC Yukon with Florida tag BNE 3360, according to the Local 10 news agency.