Two Men Stabbed At RZA’s New Jersey Home
Unclear if the Wu-Tang Clan founder was home at the time.
Two men were stabbed at the New Jersey home of Wu-Tang Clan founder RZA early in the morning on Saturday, November 7. Police are investigating the events that resulted in two men receiving serious injuries, requiring them to be transported to Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune, NJ. According to NJ.com, it's unclear whether or not RZA was present at the time of the stabbing, but according to hospital records RZA (real name Robert Diggs) was not one of the victims. According to New Jersey State Police officer Sgt. Gregory Williams, the investigation is continuing.