(AllHipHop News) A family of a gunshot victim is begging for answers.
Quinisha Smith, 18, was released from the hospital earlier this week.
She was one of the five who were injured during a shootout inside of a venue featuring a performance by rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie in Louisville, Kentucky.
The gunfire took place on Sunday morning, just before 1:30 am at the Tim Faulkner Gallery, and also left another young woman dead.
Savannah Walker, 20, died at the scene while four others were injured.
“Savannah pushed people down and she took a shot directly to the chest,” said her father Dean Walker. “She always thought about other people.”
Quinisha, like Savannah, was simply hanging out with friends at the show, when bullets started flying.
One lodged near her spine, where it still is, after going through her jaw.
So far, there have been no arrests in the shooting.
The motive has yet to be established and police are requesting any witnesses or anyone with videos or photos to come forward.
A rapper named Lil DE who performed at the show blamed security for not being diligent at the door.
“The situation with this, it was, they allowed a gun to get in. So, security, that’s it,” Lil De told Wave3.com, also noting people were coming and going, through a back door to the 26,000-square-foot venue.