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Spectacular Miami restaurants rocked by gun violence

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Kanye West, Oprah, Justin Bieber… these are just a few names Prime 112 can drop.

When it comes to the high probability of actually seeing the celebrity at any famous Miami Beach steakhouse, you’ve got a pretty good shot.

Tom Brady departs Prime 112 Steakhouse on November 3, 2012 in Miami Beach, Florida.  (Photo by Olivia Salazar/Film Magic)

Tom Brady departs Prime 112 Steakhouse on November 3, 2012 in Miami Beach, Florida. (Photo by Olivia Salazar/Film Magic)
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MIAMI, FL - APRIL 18: (Exclusive Coverage) Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez leave after dinner at Prime 112 Steakhouse on April 18, 2017 in Miami, Florida.  (Photo by Gustavo Caballero / GC Images)

MIAMI, FL – APRIL 18: (Exclusive Coverage) Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez leave after dinner at Prime 112 Steakhouse on April 18, 2017 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Gustavo Caballero / GC Images)

So when the bullets went off—forcing people in South Florida’s social scene to put down their pinkies before taking another sip of their martinis—it made for an early curtain call.

And chaos ensued when police said a trio of gunmen in ski masks opened fire on the crowd miami Banquet hall amid fears of rising gun violence in the hot tourist spot.

The latest shooting reaches upscale steakhouse Prime 112 – Monday night after a celebrity rapper was hit by gunfire in a brawl involving the crew injuring two.

A reporter in California tweeted that her sister was a waitress at the time the shots were fired.

Fiona Dagir of Bakersfield Now painted the horrifying picture, writing that she was working on the outside, but went inside for a while before hearing gunshots. After that she hid under a desk.

“He just wrote it to me,” said Dagir. “Fear is a silence.”

Located in the historic Browns Hotel, Prime 112 Restaurant dubs itself as “a chef-run boutique steakhouse that offers an innovative menu in a high-energy environment,” according to Website.

Fox News contacted the restaurant for comment.

Rapper accuses Dabbie’s roster in Miami-Beach shooting

Miami Beach police said Tuesday that two suspects – 21-year-old Wisdom Aute and 29-year-old Christopher Ureena – were indicted in connection with the shooting at the infamous Ocean Drive in South Beach around 11:37 p.m.

Grammy-nominated rapper “Dabi”, whose real name is Jonathan Lindell Kirk, was initially detained for questioning, but was released without charges related to the incident. An arrest report states that a witness told police that he identified Avett as a rapper known as “Wisdom”, who was reportedly part of Dabi’s crew that night.

FILE - In this Sunday, March 14, 2021 file photo, DaBaby arrives at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards at the Los Angeles Convention Center.  Grammy-nominated rapper DaBaby is being questioned by Miami Beach police, officials said on Tuesday, June 1, 2021.  He is one of several people being questioned by authorities on Tuesday.  No arrests have been made.  (Photo by Jordan Strauss/InVision/AP, FILE)

FILE – In this Sunday, March 14, 2021 file photo, DaBaby arrives at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Grammy-nominated rapper DaBaby is being questioned by Miami Beach police, officials said on Tuesday, June 1, 2021. He is one of several people being questioned by authorities on Tuesday. No arrests have been made. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/InVision/AP, FILE)
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It’s not DaBaby’s, whose song “Rockstar” came out in 2020, when it first hit Miami-area cops.

In January 2020, he was arrested in Miami after he and a group of men punched a music promoter for allegedly paying him $10,000 for a performance. CBS News Reported. Once in custody, police learned that Dabby also had an active warrant for his arrest by battery charge in Texas.

The shooting though capped a deadly Memorial Day weekend of gun violence in Miami.

Rewind to Saturday night, when a group of masked killers hunted down a crowd of ducks outside a banquet hall in Miami-Dade.

In a chilling surveillance video, you see armed suspects arrive in a white Nissan SUV and open fire at innocent bystanders who were eagerly waiting for a local rap artist to attend a release party.

The vehicle, which police say was reported stolen on May 15, was found submerged in a canal hours after the shooting, which locals call a known dumping ground.

Investigators described the firing as retaliation and said the still absconding suspects waited in the parking lot for an hour and then panicked.

It was one of the deadliest shootings in the Miami area.

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Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniela Levin Cava clarified that gun violence has increased — blaming it on cabin fever.

“People have been added, they have been psychologically affected by this pandemic.”

As officials nationwide warn of an increase in bloodshed, one thing is clear at Prime 112 – there’s no room for sweets.

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