The home of Wu-Tang Clan founder RZA is currently being investigated by authorities, over a double stabbing that occurred at the New Jersey location this Saturday morning. At this stage, police haven’t determined whether RZA was at home during the incident. Police also haven’t confirmed the home was owned by RZA, however property records show his name is listed.
New Jersey State Police responded to a report of a stabbing at RZA’s home on Deer Trail Drive at 1:18 AM earlier in the morning, according to the media. They found two men stabbed – who were then taken to University Medical Centre in Neptune to attend to their injuries.
Williams says that the two men sustained serious injuries and were subsequently taken to the Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune, new Jersey. The ongoing investigation is being handled by Neptune’s Major Crimes Unit.
The incident follows the recent news that the FBI investigated members of the Wu-Tang Clan in 1999 for alleged involvement in two murders.
On a more positive note, RZA has been giving back to underprivileged communities, speaking to over 400 high school students in the St Louis area last month – helping spread positivity and life strategies to youth at risk in the form of a chess program.