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A rap manager could feel the love at the club. Then, he got shot.

Another shooting at Club 54, the location of a fatal shooting last November, injured a local entertainment manager.
Another shooting at Club 54, the location of a fatal shooting last November, injured a local entertainment manager. File

The South Florida rap manager known as “Yoshi” posted to his Instagram account late Friday night a video of himself at Lauderhill’s Club 54, where one of his acts helped pack the house.

Yoshi’s accompanying message: “Just networking with some people that ain't got no haters blood in em, and you could feel the love when you vibe with em.”

Hours later, around 3 a.m., somebody shot Yoshi at Club 54, his friends reported.

Lauderhill police said the victim was in critical but stable condition. No arrests had been made as of Sunday morning.

Yoshi runs SME Productions, the first three letters standing for “Still Mobbin Entertainment.” Through his company, Yoshi manages South Florida rappers A.G. and J.A.P. The latter had performed at before at Club 54, which hosted Friday night’s celebration of J.A.P.’s birthday and the release of his single, “BackEnd,” featuring Daddy-O.

 

You got this FAMILY...PRAYED UP! GOD PLEASE PROTECT MY BIG BRO #SME4LIFE

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David J. Neal: 305-376-3559, @DavidJNeal

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