Kanye West & Tekashi 69 Music Video Shoot Targeted in Drive-By Shooting


That being said, it seems unreasonable for 50 Cent to expect anyone to stick around and continue filming the music video after something like that. But on Friday, Kanye took to Twitter to report his safety. Though as TMZ notes, eight shots were fired while the two rappers were inside a Beverly Hills home rented for the music video shoot.

Things quickly turned risky around 10:25 p.m. PT when Beverly Hills police responded to a call about shots being fired. No one was hit.

According to reports, the shots were fired near the house in which the rappers were filming their unreleased new collaboration.

Tekashi and West were already on set, but Minaj had not yet arrived. TMZ has reported it as a drive-by shooting.

The shooting happened near the famous Alpine Drive, which is one of the most expensive streets in Beverly Hills. West chose to leave immediately after what is now being characterized as a drive-by shooting. Nicki Minaj was not yet on location for the shoot.

Flames from Fire on Property of Kim and Kanye West's Home
Kim was flying in Thursday night, Instagramming video of the fire as she was landing and saying her family was about to evacuate the area.

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.

The rapper - real name Daniel Hernandez - was handed the sentence by a Manhattan court, he must also complete 1000 hours of community service as well as avoid any involvement with gangs or any further arrests.

A third party opened fire and struck the rapper's guard in the torso.