3 slain at club in SW Houston

The scene outside the club where the shooting took place early Wednesday morning.

The scene outside the club where the shooting took place early Wednesday morning.

Police investigate the Houston club shootings. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Fliers for the after party are seen in the parking lot. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Houston rapper Trae was wounded and three others were killed early Wednesday morning in a shooting in the parking lot of a strip club in southwest Houston.

Police investigate three killings at a Houston club early Wednesday. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Bystanders gather near the club where the shootings were reported to have happened. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Bystanders gather near the club where the shootings were reported to have happened. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Bystanders gather near the club where the shootings were reported to have happened. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Police investigate three killings at a Houston club early Wednesday. (Johnny Hanson / Chronicle)

Two men and a woman died and two other people were wounded in a shooting in the parking lot of a strip center near a gentleman’s club in southwest Houston early Wednesday evening. (Dale Lezon / Houston Chronicle )

Two men and a woman died and two other people were wounded in a shooting in the parking lot of a strip center near a gentleman’s club in southwest Houston early Wednesday evening. (Dale Lezon / Houston Chronicle )

2011 FILE PHOTO — Friends and family including rapper, Trae, center, listen to testimonies, during a candlelight vigil for Dominic Levar Brown, better known as, Money Clip D, Nov. 30, 2011, at Amity Park in Houston. Brown, 34, described as “right-hand man” to Trae, was sitting in a car and talking to friends outside the Breakers after-hours club in the 9600 block of Bissonnet when an unknown gunman opened fire. (Todd Spoth / For The Chronicle)

2009 FILE PHOTO — Police tape marks the spot where at least 5 people were shot July 22, 2009, at Texas Southern University during an event celebrating Houston area rapper Trae the Truth. (Billy Smith II / Houston Chronicle)

2010 FILE PHOTO — Houston rapper Trae Tha Truth, aka Frasier Thompson III, smiles at a news conference, May 5, 2010, in front of the Harris County Civil Courthouse to announce the filing of a lawsuit against Radio One/KBXX, The Box, which had banned his music from receiving airplay. (Karen Warren / Houston Chronicle)
2008 FILE PHOTO — Houston rapper Trae, aka Frasier Thompson III, walks up to receive a proclamation during a Houston City Council meeting making July 10, 2008, officially Trae Day because of the rapper’s community service. (Johnny Hanson / Houston Chronicle)
2008 FILE PHOTO — Houston rapper Trae, aka Frasier Thompson III, talks to fans at the Sharpstown Mall parking lot where the Trae Day celebration was happening July 10, 2008, in Houston. (Houston Chronicle)

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