French Montana
French Montana tweeted a photo of himself being questioned by authorities after a drive-by shooting that followed one of his concerts. Instagram

In a developing story, rapper French Montana was involved in a drive-by shooting in Philadelphia Thursday night.

“Nobody got time for this [expletive]” the rapper tweeted on his account, along with a photo of himself being question by police.

NBC reports that two people were injured and one of the victims, a 27-year-old man, was killed after being shot in the stomach as the perpetrators opened fire outside French Montana’s tour bus after a concert performance.

French Montana and his entourage are not believed to be the targets in the shooting, authorities said, and neither victim had any ties to the rapper.

"It's just ignorant. You fire into a crowd, and you're gonna hit somebody. In this case, unfortunately, someone was killed. Don't know if they had anything to do with anything, if they were a fan or what," Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey told NBC.

Three people are currently in custody.

Drive-by shootings have been too convenient in the rap world recently. Earlier this year, Rick Ross was involved in a drive-by shooting in Florida while celebrating his birthday with a female friend.

In 2011, rapper M-Bone, who was in the group Cali Swag District, was gunned down in California in a drive-by shooting.

The 22-year-old was sitting in the passenger seat of a vehicle when another car pulled up and fired at least two rounds. According to E! News, M-Bone was pronounced dead when he was taken to the hospital.

Last year, rapper Young Buck, who was a part of 50 Cent’s group G-Unit, was shot at 11 times while in a vehicle with his girlfriend after leaving a nightclub. The rapper escaped unharmed, though a bullet grazed his girlfriend’s shoulder.

Rapper Tyga also was involved in a drive-by shooting last year when multiple shots were fired at his tour bus in Omaha, Neb.

Concertgoers threw items onstage during his performance, making Tyga angry. He made a threat to the people involved to meet him outside after the show, according to MTV.

After the concert, several bullets were shot at his vehicle. One of his upcoming artists, Honey Cocaine, was shot in the arm, and another victim, Derrick Lowe, was grazed but refused treatment.

French Montana has not said anything further about the incident.