New Jersey State Police Are Investigating A Double Stabbing At RZA’s Home

Authorities are investigating a stabbing that took place at Wu-Tang founder RZA’s home in Millstone, N.J. The incident, which occurred at approximately 1:18 a.m. on Saturday (Nov. 7), left two men with “serious injuries” according to NJ.com. Police have so far released limited information, according to State Police spokesman, Sgt. Gregory Williams.

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Though authorities did not divulge RZA’s name in its initial report, the nearly 8,000 sqaure-foot home where the stabbing took place belongs to the legendary MC. RZA, whose real name is Robert Fitzgerald Diggs, has not been listed as one of the injured men in the incident. The unnamed victims were transported to the Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune, N.J. According to the news report, the hospital did not have a patient under Diggs’ name at their facility.

The investigation is being handled by the police department’s Major Crimes Unit. Details on this story will be updated as they are available.

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