Raleigh, N.C. — North Carolina State University police and the provost's office canceled a concert on campus that was to feature the band Migos after the band was involved in a shooting in Florida.
The concert, scheduled for Friday, was supposed to be the highlight of NC State's 44th annual Pan African Week.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, band members were traveling on Interstate 95 in Miami last Friday when a car pulled up alongside and opened fire.
The Miami Herald and Rolling Stone both reported on the incident, with conflicting accounts of whether someone inside the Migos van fired back and whether the spray of bullets hit anyone.
The group's manager told TMZ that no one in the band was hurt, although the band's van did make a stop at a Miami-area hospital immediately after the shooting.
Migos, best known for the 2013 song "Versace," is from the Atlanta area.
Instead of the concert Friday, students planned to rally at NC State's Talley Center to protest the cancellation.