Two Men Injured In Stabbing At RZA’s House
It is unknown if RZA, the founder of the Wu-Tang Clan, was home at the time. Police found two men with serious injuries at the property, and they were taken to Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune, State Police spokesman Sgt. Gregory Williams confirmed. A representative for RZA, real name Robert Fitzgerald Diggs, has not yet commented on the report. It was recently reported Federal Bureau of Investigation agents are investigating members of Wu-Tang Clan for their alleged involvement in a 1999 murder case. It was claimed during the trial of two drug barons in New York that the rappers ordered the killing of two men, Billboard.com reports.