Last week a judge granted rapper Rick Ross a $2 million bond for his arrest in Fayette County, Georgia. The Bawse is now officially out of jail. Industry insider Karen Civil posted a picture on Twitter of Ross as a free man.
Meanwhile, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution is reporting a shooting happened early Monday morning outside of Twelve Studios. The space is also the home of Ross’ Maybach Music Group Atlanta headquarters.
A police report contends there is no evidence to suggest Ross was at the location during the incident or that the Miami native is involved. Twelve Studios issued a statement about the shooting.
“This isolated and random incident is not affiliated with Twelve Studios, any of our staff members or clients; including Rick Ross,” reads the statement. “This is the first time in over three years that we have been affected by any criminal activity regarding our property.”
AllHipHop.com reported in February that Twelve Studios was the site where Ross announced his company’s move to Atlanta. He also launched his Artists First joint venture with Twelve Studios’ founder Dina Marto.
“This is the new home for Maybach Music,” said Marto at the time. “Their artists will be recording here. Executives will have offices here, so they can get work done while they’re in the city of Atlanta.