Shooting Caught on Facebook Live in Bessemer, Alabama [GRAPHIC VIDEO]

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On Sunday, April 19, a shooting was streamed on Facebook Live in Bessemer, Alabama. At the time of the shooting, there were more than 6,000 active viewers. OG Chris, the man taking the video, pulled up to a Shell gas station and proceeded to get into a discussion with another individual before gunshots were fired.

According to Carol Robinson, a public safety reporter for Alabama Media Group, the gunshots heard in this video were possibly from another individual. The reporter said, “They hit the car and the car of the man who stopped to help.”

Warning: the following video contains a graphic scene, viewer discretion is advised. Here is the video:

After OG Chris came into contact with another individual in the video, he said: “Tell them I ain’t scared.” Gunshots are then heard in the video, and moments later, the message “Broadcast interrupted” appeared.

During the Facebook Live stream, one viewer said, “Bruh go to the hospital, this s**t not worth it. [You] shouldn’t want [your] son growing up without [you].”

OG Chris Is Reportedly Alive & Suffering From a Potential Dislocated Hip

Carol Robinson posted on social media: “Great news- though multiple shots were fired in Bham and Bessemer this afternoon, the young man on the Facebook Live was not actually shot. He may have dislocated his hip, but he is alive and well.”

She also posted a picture of OG Chris after the incident.

One Facebook user asked Robinson how OG Chris is standing if he has a dislocated hip. She answered, “He’s definitely in pain.” It’s unclear if OG Chris has suffered a dislocated hip, but Robinson said he may have gotten it trying to get out of the vehicle.

One user asked Robinson if the bystander is okay, and she answered, “Yes.” This story is still developing.

On April 15, OG Chris, who is from Bessemer, posted to Facebook, “I’m on they block everyday hell I’m on they block right now and they see me and all they do is face fight so somebody tell them boys they even going to scoot up or shut up.”

Two days later, on April 17, he wished his one-year-old son a happy birthday.

Viewers & Friends Were Left Shocked, Confused & Saddened After the Facebook Live Ended

A lot of concern for OG Chris was shared on social media after his Facebook Live ended.

One concerned individual asked, “Is he okay I heard a lot of shots [when] someone was trying to help him? Hope everyone’s okay.” Another said, “Man I hope he ain’t got an innocent bystander hit. I hope they both fine.”

Another Facebook user said, “People joke to much on this lil blue app, that man was hurt people on there joking.”

Some went to OG Chris’ Facebook page and reached out to him directly. A few users said, “Bruh I hope [you okay],” “I hope u good [homie]” and “I’m glad he’s good. A lot of mfs saying ‘he ain’t even dead blah blah’ y’all so f***ed up.”

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