Gunna and Lil Keed Appeared Unharmed After Gunshot Heard Near Music Video Shoot Location

Both the Atlanta rapper and his associate have updated their social media accounts after a clip capturing the moment they and their crew running for cover surfaced online.

AceShowbiz - Gunna and Lil Keed are likely to be fine although they have gone through quite a scare. On Monday, June 8, the "Wunna" rapper and his frequent collaborator were shooting for a promo of their latest collaboration in their hometown of Atlanta when what seemed to be multiple gunshots were heard near the location.

A short clip capturing the incident has since made its way out on social media. In it, 26-year-old Gunna was seen showing off hims moves along to the music as he filmed in the middle of a quiet neighborhood. Suddenly, gunfire was heard in the background, and the people gathering, including the cameramen, were quickly running for cover.

Among those sharing the clip was DJ Akademiks. Along with the video, he wrote, "Gun shots ring out while #gunna and #lilkeed shoot a video . Hope everyone is safe." A short while later, he updated fans with a screenshot of Keed's latest Intagram post, with a note that read, "Looks like gunna and lil Keed are all good !"

Many, however, believed the sound heard in the video was not that of gunshots. "They were just fireworks c'mon," one claimed. Several others sounded off similar thought. "sounds like firecrackers to me…" and "Deff sounded like fire crackers at the end lol unless someone trigger finger got electrocuted" were some of the comments written.

Since the gunshot video went viral, Keed himself has turned to his photo-sharing account to offer fans a look at his music video shoot with Gunna. "FOX 5 [snake and green heart emojis] ft @gunna soon," he captioned a series of photos from the set. In a follow-up post he made hours later, he wrote, "Dooms Day." He additionally shared multiple clips via his Instagram Stories.

Similar to Keed, Gunna did not make any comment related to the gunshot video. He, instead, posted several photos of himself in a near-all-black outfit seemingly working on new music. Along with the pictures, he wrote, "I had 99 problems I just scratched yo hoe off the list." He added a hashtag of "#DontBelivetheCap" at the end.

This incident came just days after a teenager got injured on the set of YFN Lucci's music video in Atlanta. Back on June 3, Lucci was filming in an apartment complex when at least 21 bullets were fired in what was apparently a drive-by shooting, wounding an unidentified 15-year-old boy.

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