DJ Khaled already returned to work, just a few days after his tour bus caught fire. The rapper got together with Rick Ross, Drake, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown to film a music video for his single "Take It to the Head".
Over the weekend, the YMCM rhymer was forced to scrap an upcoming concert. He was originally slated to perform at 2012 Grad Bash in Orlando on late Sunday night, April 29 as part of a promo for his upcoming studio album "Kiss the Ring".
Khaled, however, couldn't make it to the gig because the vehicle which was supposed to take him there exploded on its way to the venue. He tweeted an apologetic message, "I'm sry I couldn't make it 2 grad bash it was out my control my tour bus caught on fire & blew up! The gd thing me & my team is ok!"
He quickly uploaded a video which shows firefighters trying to put out the fire. "We are so blessed we have life everyday, we must give thanks," he opened the footage with a note that expressed how relief he was to find out that no one was injured.
Though losing his jewelry, clothes and other valuable things, Khaled made sure his "team is good. Family is good." He added, "So basically, what I'm trying to tell you is, this s*** is stressful. But it ain't gonna stop me from what I'm trying to do. It ain't gonna stop me from climbing the mountaintop."
Another Picture From "Take It to the Head" Video Shoot:
Tour Bus Caught Fire: