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UPDATE: APRIL 30, 2019, 9:02 P.M. EST

This evening, a shooting at University of North Carolina Charlotte left two people dead, according to Charlotte news outlet The Fox. Additionally, four others are currently sustaining injuries from the UNCC attack. Two of those people’s injuries are life-threatening. 

Following the incident, UNCC canceled the free Waka Flocka concert on campus. Now, approximately two hours after the announcement, Waka Flocka took to Twitter to share he was safe and nowhere near campus.

He also took to Instagram to share he was not on campus.

“I pray all my fans are safe and ok! It sure what’s going on, I just landed in Charlotte to terry news! I will not be able to perform or even make it to the venue…please to all my supporters and followers, be safe!”

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ORIGINAL STORY: APRIL 30, 2019, 7:55 P.M. EST

This evening, a shooting at University of North Carolina Charlotte left two people dead, according to Charlotte news outlet The Fox. Additionally, four others are currently sustaining injuries from the UNCC attack. Two of those people’s injuries are life-threatening.

The shooting has resulted in the cancellation of a free Waka Flocka concert on campus.

Earlier this evening, one student spoke with WSOC-TV over the phone, stating he had been heading to the concert when he heard there were reports of an active shooter on campus.

“It was terrifying  did not expect it in the least,” the student says.

Another student reported on Twitter that the gunman opened fire while students were giving their final presentations.

Now, the suspect, 22-year-old Trystan Andrew Terrell, is in police custody. According to Heavy, Terrell was a student at UNCC studying history before he dropped out this semester.

As of 7:45 p.m., the the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police report that they don’t believe anyone else is believed to be involved at this time.

The UNCC campus remains on lockdown. Additionally, CMPD has told students to meet at 8600 University City Boulevard to be reunited with their families.

The shooting was first documented at around 5:45 p.m. local time. The shooting is believed to have occurred inside Kennedy Hall, according to FOX 46 reporter Lauren Dugan. According to students, the shooting occurred on the last day of classes.

This is a developing story.