Two men were shot outside Rough Trade in Williamsburg early this morning. According to an NYPD spokesman, the incident happened at around 1:12 a.m. outside the venue, where rapper Freddie Gibbs had just finished performing a sold-out concert. One of the victims, a 33-year-old, was grazed in his hand, while another, 29, was shot in the leg. The two suspected shooters fled in an SUV.

Both of the victims are expected to survive.

The Post quotes Gibbs as saying, “They tried to kill Tupac. They tried to kill me. I’m still alive.”

The Post also quotes an unnamed police investigator as telling Gibbs, “He [the shooter] was standing around you guys all night. He was stalking you guys. We can tell on camera, he wanted it to look like he knew you, but it’s clear he didn’t. When you guys left, he was waiting for you outside.”

A representative from Rough Trade, which will celebrate its one-year anniversary in Williambsurg on the 25th, has not returned a request for comment.

The 94th Precinct, which encompasses North Williamsburg and Greenpoint, had only one other shooting incident this year [PDF], and one for the entirety of 2013. The area has seen a 66.7% decrease in shootings over the past five years and a 90% decrease since 1993.