Rapper T.I., center, and Young Jeezy, left, perform during the BET Hip Hop Awards, Oct. 1, 2011 in Atlanta.
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Two shot at T.I., Young Jeezy party at Charlotte club

Two people were shot during a party featuring the rappers T.I. and Young Jeezy at a North Carolina club on Saturday, police and the nightclub said. The victims’ injuries were not considered to be life threatening, police said.

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said the shooting occurred inside Label night club at around 7 p.m., when a gunman opened fire. Police found a woman who was shot once at the venue, and a second victim who was also shot later showed up at the hospital.

The shooting happened at a party featuring Young Jeezy and T.I., and a witness told NBC News both artists were in the club at the time. Video taken by bystanders appeared to show crowds ducking for cover after two gunshots rang out. It is not clear who was the intended target of the shooting.

Label said all of its weekend events would go on despite the gunfire. There were no arrests as of Saturday night. Label said in a statement that it was cooperating fully with police, that “there will continue to be very substantial security” at the venue, and that “Label remains fully committed to the safety and security of its patrons.”

This story originally appeared on NBC News.

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Two shot at T.I., Young Jeezy party at Charlotte club