Two Men Reportedly Stabbed at RZA's New Jersey Home

Two Men Reportedly Stabbed at RZA's New Jersey Home
Though details on the incident have yet to be revealed in full, two men were reportedly stabbed at Wu-Tang Clan member RZA's home in New Jersey this weekend. Both men are currently in hospital in serious condition.

As reports [via Spin], police arrived at RZA's Millstone, NJ residence early on Saturday morning (November 7) and found two men suffering from stab wounds. State police spokesman Sgt. Gregory Williams confirmed that the men had been taken to Jersey Shore University Medical Center.

It's unclear if RZA was at home at the time of the stabbing, but it was added that the hospital currently does not have a patient in their care by the name of Robert Diggs (the RZA's birth name). A police investigation is ongoing.

RZA had been in the news earlier last week for donating a large sum of money to the Hip-Hop Chess Federation. The organization's goals are to establish a program that will teach chess to juvenile hall inmates in St. Louis. RZA is also a board member.

UPDATE (11/10, 12 p.m.): A 23-year-old man named Thomas Norman has now been arrested in connection to the stabbing. He's been charged with aggravated assault and weapon counts.