2 People Charged in Finesse2Tymes Concert Shooting - WhatsOnRap

Two people are now charged after a shooting at a rap concert in Knoxville involving Memphis-based rapper Finesse2Tymes.

Too many details are being released regarding a shooting that occurred earlier this week during a Finesse2Tymes event. An argument is said to have broken out during the event at 2:30 a.m. on Monday (January 2). The fight happened at My Canna Buds in Knoxville, Tennessee, and three individuals were hurt.

According to WREG, two persons have been named in connection with the incident. Gino Mickens, 20, and Jackie Netterville, 22, have been charged with reckless endangerment. Mickens is also claimed to have had multiple "outstanding felony warrants out of Florida."

Moreover, Netterville has yet to be found. Mickens has been arrested. Finesse2Tymes appeared to respond to the shooting in a video posted to social media. He was spotted talking about the promoter, who he said was inebriated. Finesse addressed the promoter's unprofessional behavior by placing his arm over the rapper's neck.

Nevertheless, the person engaged in the shooting also robbed the cannabis store. Two of the three people injured in the incident have been released from the hospital.

According to WREG, police interrogated over 25 persons and recovered "at least seven firearms were recovered."

At this time, it is unclear whether investigators have any other suspects. At this time, Finess2Tymes has not commented on the Netterville or Mickens charges. It's also unclear whether they're related to the rapper.