YG and AD were shooting a video for their song “Thug” in Compton over the weekend. The thanks they got for shooting the visual in their hometown was AK-47 gunfire ripping through the set.
It all unfolded Sunday afternoon as the rappers shot their video for “Thug.” Production came to an immediate halt though when the shots started, and law enforcement sources tell us it appears to be gang related. Not coincidentally, we’re told there were Bloods and Crips on the set.
We’re also told officers found about 30 shell casings from an AK-47 on the ground, and a handgun was recovered. Cops haven’t figured out who owns the gun. YG and his crew were briefly detained before getting released.
Fortunately, no one was hit by the gunfire.
No arrests have been made, either.
Recently, YG revealed this his new album will be titled Still Krazy and interestingly it will not feature any DJ Mustard production.
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