Rapper NBA YoungBoy has reportedly been shot in a shooting near the Trump International Beach Resort in Miami.
Authorities said two people were injured in the Sunday afternoon shooting at the Alamo Rent A Car along Collins Avenue, which is across from the Trump resort.
One of the injured included a 19-year-old woman who was rushed to the Aventura Hospital. Her condition was not disclosed.
A third victim was shot dead. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. Their identities have not been released.
Photos of the scene show first responders putting a victim in the back of an ambulance. Another photo shows a many lying on the ground with his hands in the air as police surround him.
Some witnesses have claimed that the shooting was the result of a road rage incident, while others have said three suspects opened fire on the victims during a drive-by.
Two suspects have reportedly been arrested.
Authorities said the Trump International Beach Resort has been locked down. Guests have been told to stay in their rooms until the scene is clear.
The shooting comes just a day after it was reported that YoungBoy has been feuding with rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine's baby mother, Sara Molina, and hip hop podcaster, Adam22.
Molina appeared on Adam22's podcast last week and claimed YoungBoy sent her a video and cursed her out after she gave her opinion on his music.
"Because someone asked me on my Live like, 'What do you think of YoungBoy's music?' I think he's disrespectful so I said, 'I think he's an angry little boy,'" Molina recalled on the podcast.
"Then he hit me up like, 'Stop talking 'bout me b***h.'"
Earlier this year, YoungBoy was arrested at the Hyatt House in Atlanta on disorderly conduct charges alongside Starr Thigpen.
The Atlanta Police Department said at the time that housekeeping staff entered the room, which they thought was unoccupied, and YoungBoy instructed Thigpen to get the staff out of the room.
Police said Thigpen struck the housekeeper in the face and the fight continued in the hallway.
The two also were charged with marijuana possession involving less than an ounce.