50 Cent and Tekashi69's Music Video Filming Interrupted by Gunfire
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The hip-hop stars were in the middle of production on the streets of Brooklyn with fellow rappers Casanova and Uncle Murda when bullets were fired.

AceShowbiz - Filming on 50 Cent's new music video with rising rapper Tekashi69 was disrupted on Tuesday night, August 14 when gun shots rang out onset in New York.

The hip-hop stars were in the middle of production on the streets of Brooklyn with fellow rappers Casanova and Uncle Murda when bullets were fired.

No one was hurt, but police were called to the scene to investigate, and according to TMZ.com, witnesses claim the gunman opened fire from a passing white Porsche.

Authorities have yet to make any arrests, but are reviewing surveillance camera footage to try and find a lead on the suspect.

The close call comes three weeks after Tekashi69 was attacked and robbed at gunpoint outside his Brooklyn home.

The Gotti hitmaker, aka 6ix9ine, was then bundled into the robbers' car and threatened with his life. He managed to escape after opening the door of the vehicle and jumping out.

He was briefly hospitalised after the ordeal, which he reported to police, but has since allegedly stopped co-operating in the cops' investigation.

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