EXCLUSIVE

Multiple Shots Fired at Tekashi 6ix9ine, Kanye, Nicki Minaj Music Video Shoot

UPDATE

12:10 AM PT — Sources on scene tell us everyone is accounted for and safe. We’re told while searching for evidence, police turned up at least five shell casings near the property. They are continuing to investigate and search nearby areas for anything that may lead them to a possible suspect.

Police have also identified security cameras on the house that may have captured the actual shooting.


Multiple shots have been fired near the area of the Tekashi69, Kanye West, and Nicki Minaj video shoot.

An official at the Beverly Hills Police Department tells The Blast shots were fired near the house where the stars were filming near Alpine Drive. We’re told police are currently on scene investigating the situation.

Alpine is a pretty famous street in 90210 and has been home over the years to legendary stars like Gene Hackman, Don Rickles, Donna Reed and Walter Matthau.

Sources on scene tell us Tekashi and Kanye were on set, but Nicki had not yet arrived when shots rang out. Our source believes it was a “drive-by shooting” scenario. We know for sure Ye was not injured and has just left the scene.

According to the emergency dispatch audio, officials were notified of “shots fired” and immediately called in fire and ambulance to assist with any possible injuries. A helicopter was also called in to provide air support.

A neighbor who heard the gunshots originally placed the call to 911, and responders were also advised there was “armed security” on scene. Other neighbors soon called to report they too heard shots.

We’re told law enforcement is currently walking around the property to see if any shots “made impact” with the residence. We’re told a security guard informed police the shots were audibly heard from inside the home during video production.

One source on scene says witnesses describe hearing at least 10 shots fired off.

It’s currently unclear if there are any injuries, and we have not yet confirmed Tekashi’s status.

The Blast first reported that all three hip-hop stars were gathering Thursday to collaborate on a music video, even though Tekashi has been the subject of gang-related threats during his ongoing beef with multiple West Coast rappers.

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