2 men stabbed during party at RZA's New Jersey home
MILLSTONE TOWNSHIP, New Jersey (AP) — Two men were hospitalized with stab wounds following an argument at a party at the New Jersey home of rapper RZA.
Authorities say the stabbing happened early Saturday in Millstone Township. Police did not identify the homeowner, but public records show it is the residence of the Wu-Tang Clan founder, whose real name is Robert Fitzgerald Diggs. The rapper performed at a festival in Texas on Saturday night.
It’s not clear if either of the injured men were involved in the dispute or if they were innocent bystanders. Both were hospitalized but authorities said their injuries are not considered life-threatening.
Messages left with representatives for RZA by The Associated Press were not immediately returned.
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