Rapper Kodak Black has been named as one of four people who were shot leaving Justin Bieber’s afterparty at The Nice Guy restaurant in LA after his entourage began fighting with a group in a red Ferrari. 

Black, 24, also known by his legal name Bill Kapri, has been named as one of the victims after a total of 10 shots were fired, one of which wounded the rapper’s leg.

Rappers Black, Lil Baby and Gunna were leaving the party around 2:45 a.m. when a fight broke out with the rappers’ friends who were in a red Ferrari Sports Car, when Kodak Black took a swing at someone, TMZ first reported.  

‘The fight was believed to have started with someone in Kodak Black’s entourage,’ a source told Page Six. ‘After others jumped in, shots were fired… and then all hell broke loose.’  

Rapper Kodak Black, center, was leaving The Nice Guy early Saturday morning when he and some friends got into a physical fight

People began running for their lives as shots broke out, according to eye witnesses.  Multiple shots were fired hitting three other men, aged between 19 and 60.   

The 19-year-old and 60-year-old were transported to the hospital from the scene. The 24-year-old, said to be Black himself, left the scene but was later taken to the hospital. 

He had survived a stroke in 2015, a heart attack in 2019 as well as intestinal cancer in 2021

Two of the victim’s names have not been released but all four are all reported to be in stable condition.  

One man, who is believed to be a friend of the rappers, was reportedly shot in the butt, another man, an autograph collector named Mark Schaefer believed to be the 60 year-old victim, is said to have been shot in the foot and the third was seen shot in the shoulder. 

The shooters are still on the run and no arrests have been made, LAPD confirmed to DailyMail.com. No suspects have been named as the investigation remains ongoing.   

An unidentified man at the scene was taken from the scene in handcuffs and into policy custody

Justin Bieber, 27, was hosting a star-studded afterparty at the swanky eatery following his earlier pre-Super Bowl performance at the Pacific Design Center.

Some of the celebrity attendees included Drake, Leonardo DiCaprio, Khloe Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, as well as Amazon tycoon Jeff Bezos.