Police are looking for answers after two men were stabbed at RZA's house in New Jersey.
The incident occurred early Saturday morning at the Wu-Tang Clan founder's home in New Jersey. It is not known whether the rapper was home at the time of the incident.
Authorities responded to a report of the stabbing on the property at 1:18 a.m. EST and found two men with serious injuries, NJ.com reports. They were taken to Jersey Shore University Medical Center in nearby Neptune, but the extent of their injuries is not known.
Though property records show that the home is owned by RZA, it's not known if he even lives at that address.
But the Wu-Tang case file is apparently quite thick. It was recently reported that the FBI was investigating members of the seminal hip hop collective for their alleged involvement in a double murder case that dates back to 1999. Newly released court documents from the federal trial of two drug kingpins carry claims that they ordered the killing of two men in Staten Island, apparently at the peak of their fame.
Meanwhile, the crew is continuing to celebrate their legacy. GZA's Liquid Swords had its 20th anniversary Saturday (Nov. 7).
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Watch RZA give the run down on what life was like in New York in The Message: Wu-Tang Forever, below.
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