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Shots Fired at Tekashi 6ix9ine Video Shoot With Kanye West

Shots Fired at Tekashi 6ix9ine Video Shoot With Kanye West

As you may know, there was a drive-by shooting yesterday during a music video filming, and while 50 Cent was not there, he made sure to slam Kanye West for running away as soon as the shots were heard.

The Get Rich Or Die Tryin' artist, who did not appear to be present for the shooting, posted images of a bedroom window with a bullet hole along with a ribbing caption. "Kanye was like [running man emoji] #positivevibes".

According to TMZ, police received a call at 10.25pm and rushed to the shoot.

TMZ reports that Tekashi and Kanye were both inside the home when the shooting occurred. Officials were "looking into" whether there was a violation, TMZ reported. A source from the music video set said there were approximately eight shots fired and that no one was hit, although at least one bullet went through a bedroom window.

Tekashi has reportedly been the subject of gang-related threats during his ongoing feuds with multiple West Coast rappers.

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While Nicki had not yet arrived at the location, Kanye was in the house and immediately left after the shooting.

Tekashi had rented the estate as a backdrop to his new music video that features Kanye and Nicki Minaj.

Authorities are going to examine the home's surveillance cameras.

Earlier this week, 6ix9ine's manager Shottie surrendered to the New York Police due to his alleged involvement in escalating beef between 6ix9ine's team and a label head's security detail. A couple of weeks before this drive-by scare, the rapper was celebrating his four-month probation sentence for posting videos of an underage girl performing sex acts when a fight broke out and someone opened fire.


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