DETROIT (WWJ) – Police won’t confirm the latest incident at Detroit’s Club Pandemonium — less than a week after a bouncer was stabbed to death trying to remove an unruly customer.
But WWJ Newsradio 950’s Kathryn Larson spoke with witness Quintus Parham, also known as Slapboy Que, who has video proof (seen above) that shots were fired inside the club.
Parham, 25, said he was shooting video of rappers on stage –and kept rolling when the gunman opened fire:
“Two rap groups got into it … (The shooter) was trying to clear the club out. He wasn’t trying to kill nobody,” said Parham. “You can see in the video he shot in the air — that’s all he did. Then he threw the chair, ran up outta there. They fought outside, thought. Then outside. There was another fight.”
Parham said, in light of the recent events, he believes security needs to be beefed up at the establishment. But no matter what happens, Que said he’ll continue to patronize the club.
“I’m ready to go back tonight … see if I can get more footage or somethin’,” he said.