An official at the Beverly Hills Police Department has told The Blast that shots were fired near the house they were filming their video in. Tekashi69 and Kanye were reportedly both on the set at the time the shots rang out, but Nicki was yet to arrive. Neither of them were injured.
Sources have told the website the incident was thought to be a "drive-by shooting." After neighbours called in to report "shots fired," police cars, fire engines and ambulances all reported to the scene, while a helicopter was called in for support.
Law enforcement officials reportedly walked around the property where the rappers were filming to see if any shots "made impact" with the place, and a security guard at the shoot allegedly told officers the gunfire could be heard inside the house during production.
Officers later found at least five shell casings near the property and are continuing to investigate the area, while it's thought security cameras on the house may have caught footage of the incident.
Tekashi69, from New York, has been spotted walking around with multiple security guards during his time in Los Angeles as he has reportedly been subjected to gang-related threats during his ongoing war with multiple West Coast rappers.
Neither he, Kanye or Nicki have talked about their upcoming collaboration. They have all worked together before - Kanye and Tekashi were recently in the studio together, while the tattooed rapper recently teamed up with Nicki for the track "FEFE".