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The "Eyes Closed" singer broke out a guitar for an acoustic performance before his Minneapolis concert.
Police said a dispute between two groups of young men led to an exchange of gunfire at the Minnesota mall on Dec. 23.
Five people have been arrested in a fatal shooting at Minnesota's Mall of America that sent the sprawling commercial center into lockdown on Friday.
Bloomington Police Chief Booker Hodges said the victim was a 19-year-old man.
The incident sent New Year’s Eve shoppers scrambling for safety and placed the Minneapolis mall on temporary lockdown.
The legendary singer served shade to Chuck E. Cheese, Oreo, Papa John’s and others. She also convinced Mall of America to contractually ban mayo.
The 5-year-old, named Landen, was previously in critical condition after a stranger hurled him off a third-floor level inside the mall.
Emmanuel Aranda, 24, reportedly told police he was looking for someone to kill at Minnesota's Mall of America.
The boy was seriously injured in an incident a witness called "horrific."
A one-day sale had parents and children waiting in lines for hours, raising safety concerns.