Bay Area rapper Keak Da Sneak was reportedly shot after hanging out with a friend at a club on Friday (Jan. 20). Details are scarce, but All Bay Magazine (via XXL) is reporting that he is “doing ok” following the shooting.

“We wanna send our deepest prayers & wishing a speedy recovery to my good friend #keakdasneak I’m sad to hear that shortly after we took this pic he was shot!!" reads the caption in the photo above. "Fortunately he is doing ok and will be back like yadada!! Stop trying to kill all the dope rappers.. Please sheesh."

Keak is expected to recover from his injuries. In fact, the 39-year-old rapper reportedly graced the stage on crutches at a rap show later that night. He also went on his Instagram account and posted a video of himself walking onstage in crutches to greet his fans. "You'll never understand how valuable life is until it flash before ya eyes," he writes in the caption, possibly alluding to the shooting incident. "Gods plan can never be determined by man an fa that I'm still livin an Can't nothin on this earth stop me!"

Sneak Da Keak is a rap pioneer in the Bay Area's Hyphy movement. He's probably best known for his cameo appearance on E-40's hyphy anthem, "Tell When to Go" and his own hometown banger "Super Hyphy."

The Boombox want to wish Sneak Da Keak a speedy recovery.