Minneapolis man who opened fire at party over ‘Happy Birthday’ snub sentenced to 28 years in prison

He’s going to be missing a lot of birthday songs now.

A Minneapolis man has been sentenced to nearly 28 years in prison for opening fire at a birthday party, wounding three people, because partygoers didn’t sing “Happy Birthday” to his girlfriend, officials said Monday.

Delonte Thomas, 20, was convicted of three counts of attempted murder and sentenced to 333 months, or 27 and 1/4 years, in prison for his rampage, the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office announced.

In a bizarre court statement, Thomas called himself a “peacemaker” and claimed he had no recollection of the shooting.