Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy’s Chicago home has been struck by gunfire

Tweedy's son does not believe the attack was targeted

Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy’s family home in Chicago was reportedly struck with bullets on Tuesday.

“You know how every time you hear loud pops you think … was that fireworks of gunshots? Well, when it’s really gunfire there is zero question about it,” Tweedy’s wife, Susan wrote on Facebook, according to The Chicago Sun Times. She went on to explain that “there were 7 to 10 shots fired at what sounded like right at our house.”
 


Susan claims she then called 911 twice before realizing “a bullet went through the storm door to our balcony and lodged in the wooden door. In the light of day today, Jeff found 7 shell casings outside.”

Tweedy’s son Spencer does not believe the gun shots were targeted, according to WBBM-AMM 780 radio.