Daddy Yankee’s third performance of 10 scheduled concerts at San Juan’s José Miguel Agrelot Stadium, affectionately known to many as “El Choli,” ended with relative peace on Saturday night. But just hours later, unknown assailants opened fire on the stadium, leaving over 100 bullet holes on the doors, stairs and and walls, according to El Nuevo Dia.
The vandalism didn’t stop there however, as about half an hour later, Raphy Pina – head of Pina Records, and Daddy Yankee’s manager – had his studio in Caguas fired upon as well.
According to police, there were no injuries at either site, and they have yet to name any potential suspects.
As of this morning, Daddy Yankee’s evening performance is still scheduled to take place.
We will update this story as more information becomes available.