Popular New York City concert venue Irving Plaza erupted into chaos Wednesday night after shots were fired during rapper T.I.’s show. Not long after bullets began flying, attendees scrambled to escape, all the while snapping photos and videos, which lead to speculation about who may have been responsible and who had gotten hit.

XXL has confirmed that Brooklyn-based rapper Troy Ave, born Roland Collins, was among those injured during the concert. According to his camp, the “She Belongs to the Game” rapper was struck in the leg by a bullet. The extent of Collins’ injuries wasn't reported as of Thursday morning, but he is said to be recovering at New York University Hospital in Manhattan.

Confirmation comes after conflicting reports circulated on social media. Many people in attendance at the concert reported that they saw a man who resembled Collins, 30, go down after being struck by a bullet, but they could not say for certain. Others suggested that the shots were fired by members of his crew. Those reports have yet to be confirmed. A friend of rapper 50 Cent was also directly affected by the shooting, according to Myles Miller, of New York’s Pix 11 News. The “No Romeo, No Juliet” rapper was seen visiting Bellevue Hospital, where he said his friend’s girlfriend was recovering after having been shot.

New York City Police Department Commissioner Bill Bratton weighed in on the shooting late Wednesday night, claiming that the investigation would likely be wrapped up “very quickly,” according to New York Pix11's Miller. He then shared some sentiments on the shooting, expressing a belief that violence is a part of “the crazy world of the so-called rap artists.” Bratton went on to say that in his opinion, many rappers have seen violence “all their lives,” making them more likely to carry out such offenses later in life.

“The crazy world of the so-called rap artists, who are basically thugs who are celebrating the violence they’ve lived all their lives... Unfortunately that violence often manifests itself during performances, and that’s exactly what happened last evening,” Bratton said.

The shooting took place backstage at Irving Plaza as Maino and Uncle Murda took the stage, according to NBC New York. Rapper T.I. was slated to headline the performance, but he never made it to the stage. Surveillance video reportedly shows the shooter inside a green room, wielding a weapon. Three of the four victims are said to have been shot inside the backstage room while one was hit in another location at the venue. According to reports, the victim who died from his injuries has been identified as  33-year-old Banga “Big Bizz,” a personal trainer and member of Collins’ posse.

Troy Ave Rapper Troy Ave, photographed during a performance in New York on Nov. 17, 2015, was shot in the leg during T.I.’s concert at Irving Plaza in Manhattan, May 25, 2016. Photo: Getty Images