This is so incredibly sad.
Early this morning, gunfire erupted at a Toronto nightclub which happened to be hosting Drake's OVO Festival afterparty. Police were called around 3:25 am and discovered that two people had been shot, one man who had ended up dying in the club, and one woman who passed away outside.
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There were also 3 other people were severely injured in the shooting and are currently being tended to in nearby hospitals, though their condition is unknown.
It's also unknown whether or not Drake was in the club at the time of the attack.
This comes shortly after the news broke of another shooting outside of
You don't mess with West Point!
Daniel Lennox-Choate and his husband, Larry Lennox-Choate III — both alumni of West Point Military Academy — were in Soho shopping at a bodega when all of a sudden a man starting yelling obscenities towards them and then hit Daniel in the face!
Larry, being quick on his feet, came to his husband's defense and beat the attacker to the ground and left him "covered in his own blood with his tail between his legs!"
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The hate crimes division of the NYPD were called but no arrests have been made and the investigation is currently ongoing.
Larry did take to Facebook though to recount the incident and share his thoughts on what happened saying:
Another day, another trophy hunting scandal!
Walter Palmer has been in the news quite a bit lately for killing Cecil the lion on a hunt in Zimbabwe, and now another doctor is in hot water over killing another lion back in April.
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And then there's Sabrina Corgatelli, the big game hunter from Idaho who found herself in the middle of the controversy after posting photographs of her trophy kills on Facebook.
She went on Today on Monday morning, remaining defiant about killing these animals, while also discussing Palmer's situation and whether or not extradition ought to be a legitimate option in his case.
Check out the video (below):