A shooting took place in front of the Trump International Beach Resort in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, on Sunday, which left one dead and two others injured.

Following the incident that occurred around 1:30 p.m. EDT, there were unconfirmed reports of rapper NBA YoungBoy, who was scheduled to perform at the Rolling Loud hip-hop festival in the Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, being involved in the incident. It was believed that the shooters targeted him and his crew and in the event, his girlfriend, 19-year-old Kay Marie, was injured. The rapper was not harmed. 

Marie was identified by witness Anna Rodriguez. The latter told Miami Herald that she saw a fight break out in front of the Trump building and witnessed the rapper’s girlfriend getting shot. The 19-year-old victim, whose identity was not confirmed by authorities, was reportedly sitting in a Chevrolet Suburban when she was wounded in the upper extremity and rushed to a nearby hospital. She was expected to recover.

A man, identified as 43-year-old Mohamad Jradi, was killed in the shooting. He had just finished his shift at the Hertz Rental Car in the area. In addition, a five-year-old boy, who was from Texas and was vacationing in Florida, was also grazed by a bullet and was treated at the scene.

When authorities arrived at the scene, they found several vehicles riddled with bullets. According to the police, a stray bullet traveled across the road, about 100 yards from where the shooting took place and hit Jradi in the head. Trump’s condo-hotel and a strip mall across the street were cordoned off.

Two suspects found carrying an AK-47 assault rifle and several handguns were arrested at the scene. Police believe the shooting might be a part of a road rage incident. They were looking for a third suspect. YoungBoy and his bodyguards were detained by the police for questioning regarding the incident. Their exact involvement in the incident was not known, BET reported.

“There are a lot of unanswered questions as of yet,” Miami-Dade Police spokesman Alvaro Zabaleta said. According to TMZ, the rapper was staying at the Trump resort. 

The police were also investigating a separate shooting that took place in a nearby causeway linking Sunny Isles Beach and Aventura, in which a person suffered non-life-threatening injuries. Although both the shootings took place around the same time, no connections were established between them.

“#AventuraPolice is working a shooting scene. The driver sustained non-life threatening injuries. No threat to the community exists. An incident happened in Sunny Isles, we are working with investigators to see if they are related. Neither indicates a hate crime or terrorist event,” Aventura police said in a statement on Twitter.

No other details about the shootings were immediately available.