YFN Lucci and Yo Gotti's names have been added to the growing list of Atlanta rappers who are being targeted by heavily armed gang members and robbing crews.
TMZ reports a vehicle registered to YFN Lucci's mother was shot up and that one passenger in the vehicle was wounded by gunfire.
Lucci was not injured when his red Mercedes Benz G-wagon was riddled with bullets in a drive-by shooting on Friday in Atlanta.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ that the Mercedes SUV was shot up in a drive-by, and when police responded, they found a man suffering from two gunshot wounds. The victim was not Lucci, and the rapper isn't listed on the police report.
TMZ obtained photos of the pricey luxury SUV riddled with bullet holes.
Lucci, who was once engaged to Lil Wayne's daughter, Reginae Carter, managed to escape with his life. He is the latest in a string of Atlanta rappers to be shot at by robbing crews that target rappers who floss cash and jewelry, or have beef with gang members on social media, according to police.
Migos rapper Offset, 27, was the target of a drive-by shooting at an Atlanta studio last week. He was not injured.
There is also a rumor that Atlanta rapper Young Thug was involved in a drive-by shooting at the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami last week.
The alleged shooting left the gang-affiliated rapper so shook that he recorded multiple prayer videos to friends and family members.
He also said a prayer for his assailants.
"I pray that the people that want me dead, that want me to be buried, I pray that they wake up and find God," said the 27-year-old father-of-four.
In related shootings, a tour bus belonging to rapper Yo Gotti was sprayed with bullets after the rapper's gig in Nashville on Tuesday night.
The hip-hop star was leaving his free concert at the Mercy Lounge in Nashville, Tennessee as part of his Fan Appreciation Tour, when his bus was riddled with gunfire while it was parked near the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel where he was staying.
Police officers arrived on the scene around 11:30 p.m. local time and discovered the damaged bus, which had a flat tire and was covered in bullet holes. Neither Gotti, real name Mario Mims, or members of his team were inside the bus during the incident.
Photos by Prince Williams/ATLPics.net | WENN.com | TMZ