One man killed in a Florida strip club shooting may have livestreamed his own death, police say. 

Shots rung out at Tampa's Club Rayne early Saturday morning leaving one dead and six people injured by gunfire. According to Tampa's WTSP News, one man was live-streaming video from inside Club Rayne using Periscope during his untimely death. The man, later identified as Marvin Douglass Lancaster III, is seen on video with a dancer who's heard saying, "Y'all can keep fighting all y'all want...Keep fighting" reports WTSP News. Those are the last words said on camera before the gunshots are heard moments later and before Lancaster's fall drops to the ground. Tampa police have revealed Lancaster's cell phone number seems "connected" to an account belonging to Periscope user "Lil Marvin" where footage of the horrid shooting was posted, but Tampa police spokesman Stephen Hegarty didn't confirm if the video was actually taken by Lancaster.  

Hegarty told The Huffington Post, "There were like 300 people in the nightclub, so we've got a lot of names that have been offered to us. At this point we're not lacking for leads and tips, but we've not had enough to get a warrant for anyone's arrest." Tampa police reportedly pronounced Lancaster dead at the scene and have since identified the six of the seven people shot. One of the victims was a 17-year-old which is why personal information hasn't been revealed. 

On Monday a second shooting victim died. Police are still investigating.