According to police, a gunman opened fire at the Brooklyn music video set at around 9:30 PM on Tuesday. No one was injured in the shooting.
Police canvassed the area but thus far there are no leads. Authorities contacted local hospitals as well, but no victims were reported.
Sources close to 50 say he was not the target of the shooting and believe someone was out to get Tekashi.
Just last month, 6ix9ine was allegedly robbed and kidnapped at gunpoint. The rapper told police he was attacked and driven to a residence located nearby.
He said was told to call an individual inside the residence and ask them to bring down personal property. Tekashi obliged and an unknown amount of jewelry was handed over to the suspect.
The vehicle drove off and Tekashi was able to get out. He then walked into the 79th precinct at approx 5:05 AM to report the incident but later became uncooperative with police.