In case you needed a little more awful in your weekend, here’s this gem from earlier on Sunday: a shooting near a club where Chris Brown was performing left five injured. The San Jose Mercury News says the shooting happened near San Jose's Fiesta nightclub, where Brown was performing for a private party for “celebrants, including his manager”. Local KMEL DJ's Big Von and Black Marc were advertised as providing music for the event.

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Brown was quickly issued away from the scene.

All five people injured in the shooting are expected to survive, according to police, via the Associated Press. Several people have been detained in relation to the shooting, but the San Jose Police Department has nor released any further information.

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Meanwhile, video of the event is already making the rounds online, according to the AP. The video allegedly shows the singer wincing at the sound of the shots and then being ushered away by what appears to be his bodyguards. Don't worry, folks, he wasn't in any danger.

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The singer was safe, after the shooting, according to the SF Mercury News. Following the incident, Brown tweeted "I'm 100," alerting fans that he was uninjured in the shooting, but that tweet was later deleted, the San Jose Mercury News report. The incident appears to be unrelated to the Chris Brown concert.