Metropolitan Nashville Police Department is currently investigating a gun firing incident in Nashville, in which American rapper Yo Gotti's tour bus was targeted.
The authorities immediately responded to a 911 emergency which claimed of gun firing close to Loews Vanderbilt Hotel, in which the Act Right singer's tour bus was targeted with multiple gunshots.
CAPTION: Yo Gotti's tour Bus that suffered multiple gunshots
According to Kris Mumford, spokesperson for Nashville Police, the targeted vehicle was vacant during the time of the gun firing and there were no casualties.
The Police authorities called the incident as an act of vandalism.
The King Shit singer was in Nashville for his gig at the Mercy Lounge along with rap artists like Co Cash and 42 Dugg.
The investigation for the gun firing but as of now, leads have been found in relation to the shootout.
Prior to this Yo Gotti's was in the news when one of his associate Corey McClendon was accused of attempted murder of Young Dolph, who was the Yo Gotti's then nemesis.
McClendon was then sentenced to serve 10-14 years in prison in 2018.