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What a delimma for the city of Tempe. If they shut the Clubhouse down where will our youth go and if they don't how many more shootings and or deaths will happen there? Maybe it is time for the parents of those that attend such gatherings to stand up and take responability for the actions of their youth. Provide them with activitys that don't bring in the elements that seem to be present at this "Clubhouse". My best wishes and prayers go out to the city of Tempe in this affair.
My best wishes and prayers go to those who were injured and their families. Tempe should require much more security at places that host such concerts. Did anyone really expects that "rap artist Nipsy Hussle" an avowed gang member was going to go off without problems? Really?
You both are mistaken; this isn't the fault of Tempe or the Clubhouse. The blame falls on the losers who fired the rounds and the those who instigated the violence.
You see, if the City would ban these kind of events, such as a rap concert because the people who attend them are almost always thugs or wanna-be 'bangers. The City would be called racist and have that fool Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton crying 'racism, racism'.
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