MONTGOMERY, Ala. (December 29, 2013) Police in Montgomery, Ala., Sunday were investigating after rapper Doe B. and another person were killed in a shooting early Saturday inside a bar and grill that left six others injured.
Doe B., 22, whose real name is Glen Thomas, died at a hospital.
The other victim, Kimberle Johnson, 21, died at the scene.
DJ Frank White of Montgomery, who managed Doe B.'s career, said the shooting occurred at a Centennial Hill Bar & Grill in Montgomery and said that Doe B wasn't performing at the time.
White says the up-and-coming rapper had two young children and a third on the way.
Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange says the city decided to shut down the club because it poses "an imminent threat to the public's safety."
No arrests have been made.
The owner of the Centennial Bar and Grill, Nicole Bankhead, told the Montgomery Advertiser that security officers were supposed to check patrons for firearms, and signs posted at the entrances say that weapons are prohibited.
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