An impromptu memorial organized by fans of the late rapper XXXTentacion was shut down by police after it turned rowdy, reports revealed.

On Tuesday, June 19, more than a thousand people gathered at West Hollywood to mourn the 20-year-old. The rapper born Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy was shot outside of a motorcycle dealership by two unidentified male suspects on Monday, June 18.

XXXTentacion Memorial In Los Angeles

According to The Los Angeles Times, the event did not have a permit. Fans organized the event through social media, hours before the memorial. By around 8 p.m. local time, the impromptu memorial started disrupting traffic.

The crowd has also started to become rowdy. Photos and videos shared to social media of the impromptu memorial showed dozens of people in a mosh pit. Some even jumped on top of cars and rooftops. Fans were heard chanting, "Jump for X."

While the authorities were called and dispatched at around 7, the memorial was not disrupted until around 9 p.m. when the attendees started getting rowdy. By 10:15, everyone has gone back home.

No arrests have been made at the time, although an ambulance was called during the event to treat a person who has cuts on his heads. It was not disclosed how the unidentified man sustained the injuries.

Los Angeles Police Officer Tony Im who responded to the impromptu memorial said that the authorities have been allowed to use tear gas to disperse the rowdy crowd. However, the chemical weapon was not necessary.

Instead, the cops who were in full anti-riot gear shot rubber bullets when the crowd started throwing rocks.

"They did shoot something into the crowd, probably bean bags," revealed Officer Im.

XXXTentacion Memorial In Florida

The Los Angeles memorial was not the only held in memory of the late rapper. In Florida, hundreds of fans also turned up at the site where XXXTentacion was killed in an apparent robbery.

The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that fans, friends, and family of the "SAD!" rapper gathered in Deerfield Beach on Deerfield Beach on Tuesday night to pay tribute to the slain artist. Cleopatra Bernard, XXXTentacion's mother, was also in attendance.

Investigations are still ongoing about the murder of the rapper. As of this writing, no arrests have been made.