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No Savage Has Been Identified As Washington, D.C. Shooter

The 22-year-old rapper named Noah Settles is wanted for attempted malicious wounding and an array of other charges.

According to WRIC, Noah Settles, better known as No Savage, has reportedly been identified as the suspect who opened fire at Tysons Corner Center in Tysons, Virginia over the Juneteenth weekend.

In the report, Settles is wanted for attempted malicious wounding, use of a firearm while committing a felony, and three counts of firing a weapon in an occupied building.

The shooting took place on the second floor of the mall on Saturday at around 2:45 p.m. local time. He reportedly got into a verbal altercation with another group before he brandished a gun and started shooting. He then left in a black Cadillac with a D.C. license place that read GK0174, per police.

Thankfully, no one was injured, but three people did endure minor injuries in the ensuing hysteria when trying to escape.

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Settles, at around 11:00 a.m. on Monday, June 20, took to his No Savage Instagram account, where he apologized to his fans. “I love y’all forgive me for letting y’all down,” he wrote on his IG​​ Story. With a healthy following of 148,400 monthly listeners and over 30,000 followers on IG, his previous run-in, a case for illegal possession of a firearm, hasn’t endeared him to authorities at all.

“We will find, capture, and hold accountable the persons involved in this melee. This reckless discharging of a firearm,” Davis said. “We are going to find them. I promise you that. They will be held accountable, and that’s going to happen in short order.”

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