Following his exit from the stage amid chaos and gunfire, Vince Neil issues a statement

Shots began to ring out as Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil was performing on the neighboring Chickasaw Country Entertainment Stage of the Oklahoma State Fair. The frontman used his X account to explain what had transpired and why he had to seek cover to the audience. The singer started off by outlining what the police had to say about the shooting. He stated: Details of the shooting at the Oklahoma State Fair are provided by police.After a brawl broke out at the Bennett Event Center at the fairgrounds, one individual was shot in the chest, and a juvenile has been taken into custody in connection with the shooting, according to Oklahoma City police Lt. Jeff Cooper. Following the nighttime shooting, one person was detained on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon, according to Oklahoma City police Lt. Jeff Cooper. Neil then added: “I also shared what the officer said about the shooter.” “Fairgoers reported hearing gunshots, which caused people to flee the event fast. According to a witness, there was a stampede and children were sobbing amid the chaos.

Cooper said that there was no active shooter and that the shooting was an isolated occurrence. The performer also described what it was like for him to be led to his dressing room. When Neil said: Crazy night last night at an Oklahoma City show. People began to run about 3/4 of the way through the performance. We were instructed to enter the changing area. Shooters were killing people. I appreciate your patience, fans. The suspect’s name has still not been made public by the authorities. However, the authorities also stated that the wounded party, who had been shot in the chest, had been transferred to the hospital and was in a serious condition. The tweets from Vince Neil are listed below.

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