- Two men and a woman died from gunshot wounds, police say
- The attack may be related to a domestic dispute or an earlier shooting at the club, police say
- Trae Tha Truth was treated and released from a Houston hospital
Three people were killed early Wednesday in a shooting at a Houston strip club that injured area rapper Trae Tha Truth.
The dead include two men and a woman, but police have not released their names. A fifth person was also wounded, police said.
No arrests have been made or suspects named, but investigators are looking at the possibility that the attack is related to a domestic dispute or an earlier shooting at the club, Houston Police spokesman Victor Senties told CNN.
Trae Tha Truth, whose real name is Frazier Thompson, was treated for a minor gunshot wound and released from Houston's Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital, a hospital spokesman said.
Grand Hustle, his Atlanta-based record label, posted a message on its website Wednesday saying the rapper was "doing OK."