Police Are Investigating a Double Stabbing at RZA's Home in New Jersey

The incident occurred early Saturday morning.

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Police are investigating a double stabbing that happened on Saturday morning at the home of Wu-Tang Clan founder RZA.

According to NJ.com, authorities could not determine if RZA was at home during the incident. New Jersey State Police responded to a report of a stabbing at RZA’s home on Deer Trail Drive at 1:18 A.M. earlier this morning. When they arrived on scene, they found two men stabbed, who were taken to University Medical Center in Neptune to treat their injuries.

RZA was not named as one of the men who were taken to the hospital. Although New Jersey State Police didn’t confirm the home was owned by RZA, property records show his name is listed. The investigation is still ongoing.

Recently, there have been newly released court documents that show the FBI were investigating the Wu-Tang Clan in 1999 over the murders of two drug dealers in Staten Island.

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