Two men were stabbed earlier this weekend at the New Jersey home of hip-hop artist and Wu-Tang Clan co-founder RZA, according to reports. New Jersey State Police told NJ.com they received a call around 1:18 a.m. on Saturday, coming from a Millstone Township residence where two men had sustained serious injuries. Responders took the unidentified victims to Jersey Shore Medical Center, where they are believed to be in stable condition.
Authorities have not yet revealed other details; NJ.com cited property records that said the house was RZA’s. The multihyphenate himself was not present at the time of the stabbing, however, as he and Wu-Tang performed at Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin this weekend. Sources told Page Six that RZA’s adult children were holding a party before the incident occurred. The state police’s major-crimes unit continues to investigate, according to reports, and should release more information Monday.