The rapper was not hurt but three other people in the vehicle sustained non-life threatening injuries. No arrests have been made in the Thursday night shooting.
Police were trying to determine a motive for the attack in a parking lot at Red Rocks, where the Beatles and Grateful Dead have performed and U2 filmed "Under a Blood Red Sky."
Investigators said they did not know if ScHoolboy Q was targeted.
"We have a lot to learn," said
ScHoolboy Q, whose birth name is
ScHoolboy Q said on
"im str8...... dont trip," he wrote.
In March, when ScHoolboy Q played at a sold-out show in
The rapper and at least four other people were in the white SUV that was fired on at the venue in the foothills west of
They drove themselves to a
ScHoolboy Q and another uninjured person were briefly handcuffed while police assessed the situation, but no one in the vehicle was arrested. Kelley said ScHoolboy Q was not a suspect in the shooting.
Nas and Flying Lotus also performed at the concert that benefited three groups, including the
Promoters said the gang rescue group got 5 per cent of the profits. Two other groups also got 5 per cent each: Preserve the Rocks, which helps preserve the Red Rocks venue, and Helping Our People Excel, a
About 4,500 people attended the concert at the amphitheatre, which seats as many as 9,525 people.
The amphitheatre and surrounding park are popular with joggers and sightseers.
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