The drama just won’t stop for up and coming rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine. After a scuffle at LAX last week, the GUMMO rapper was in Brooklyn to shoot a music video for his latest single “BILLY.” But according to TMZ the video shoot was shut down by the New York Police Department.
The night before the shoot was set to take place the rapper invited fans to come out and be a part of the video. Some reports say there were 1000 people that ended up packing the streets of Brooklyn for the shoot. There were enough, though, that made the NYPD show up and shut it down.
According to Billboard:
In a fan-shot video, a police officer pushed the rapper into the vehicle as a group of officers attempted to calm the rowdy crowd. TMZ said the police arrived at the scene to not only shut down the packed event, but to protect 6ix9ine, whom they felt was in danger amid all the threats he’s received lately.
Initially there were also reports that the rapper was arrested, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.