Kodak Black & Justin Bieber Sued After Shooting Outside Super Bowl LVI Afterparty - WhatsOnRap

Justin Beiber and Kodak Black are now facing court time over a shoot-out that happened during a Beiber concert after-party.

Both Kodak Black and Justin Bieber are facing charges in connection with a shooting that occurred last year at an after-party in Los Angeles.

Kodak Black was reportedly shot in the leg during the incident, which occurred on February 12, 2022 outside of an Italian restaurant in West Hollywood that was throwing an after-party after Bieber's concert.

When bullets were fired outside The Nice Guy, Kodak and three other guys were hit. The guys were 60, 22, 20, and 19 years old, according to a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles Police Department.

According to a statement released by TMZ, two men, Mark Schaefer and Adam Rahman, claim they got shot and severely wounded during the Super Bowl weekend incident, and they accuse Kodak Black, Justin Bieber, and the restaurant.

According to TMZ, Kodak and Gunna were leaving the event when they stopped to pose for photographs with fans. A fight then erupted amongst a group of males beside a red Ferrari, and bullets went out, sending everyone fleeing, including Kodak and three others on the ground.

The claimed victims argue in the lawsuit that Kodak was a primary instigator in the shooting, claiming that he was attempting to do injury and aggravate the situation. 

Furthermore, they believe that the venue's security officers were inept, thus the venue, promoters, and performers should all have some culpability for the shooting.

The two men are suing Kodak Black, Justin Bieber, The Nice Guy, The Hwood Group, and Revolve Group, as well as the cities of Los Angeles, West Hollywood, and Los Angeles County, and are represented by Gloria Allred, the lawyer best known for representing alleged victims in cases involving R. Kelly, Chris Brown, and Tyga.

Bradford Cohen, Kodak's lawyer, told TMZ that he expects the case will indeed to be dropped very fast. “I have seen a lot of bad complaints in my day,” Cohen said. “This is the most poorly drafted complaint I have seen in 26 years. I expect Kodak to be dismissed from this suit fairly quickly.”

He continued: “There is zero specificity in the complaint and Ms. Allred groups the defendants all together instead of making specific allegations against each. It’s law school 101. I am embarrassed for Ms. Allred that she actually signed her name to that complaint.”

Justin Bieber's representatives have yet to express an opinion to the allegations.

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