As previously reported, Remy
Ma
is being sought after for a shooting in Manhattan
early Saturday morning.
Since the initial report more details have emerged.

The owner of the Pizza
Bar
, where Remy Ma was seen
before the shooting this morning (July 13) has issued a statement in which he
denies any altercation took place within the confines of the bar. Sasha Tcherevkoff (owner) states that Remy and her entourage were in fact
in the Pizza Bar but no dispute
occurred.

“We’ve determined
that no physical or verbal altercation whatsoever occurred inside Pizza Bar … As
far as we can determine the entire group behaved well, enjoyed themselves and
there was no incident throughout the evening. We have been told by the
officials close to the investigation that the genesis, the start of this
altercation, happened outside of our establishment on 8th Avenue and 14th
Street and had no connection whatsoever to Pizza Bar,”
said Tcherevkoff.

Remy Ma and a newly
identified member of her entourage, Makeda
Barnes-Joseph
, entered a dispute over $2,000 outside of the Pizza Bar.

Barnes-Joseph was
entering her Nissan maxima when Remy
got out of her Escalade, opened the side door of the Nissan and shot Barnes-Joseph twice in the torso, said
police, which has also been concurred by witnesses.

As stated in our earlier report, the Escalade had fled the
scene later to be crashed into another vehicle leaving the assailants to flee
on foot.

Police have since arrested several men that were in the
Escalade and are currently being questioned. While Remy Ma is still being sought after for questions regarding the
shooting.

Tcherevkoff has
also stated that the Pizza Bar’s
surveillance cameras captured the entourage in the bar and that the videotapes
have been turned over to the police.

Remy Ma will face
attempted murder charges if she is determined to be the shooter.