Tekashi 69, Kanye West Shooting: Surveillance Footage Surfaces And Bullets Were Reportedly Targeting Nicki Minaj's Dressing Room - Watch The Video
Recent reports revealed that shots were fired on November 8th on the set where Tekashi 69 and Kanye West were filming a video, and it appears that it was a drive-by.
Kanye and Tekashi were both at the home in Beverly Hills where the video was being filmed when the shots began, according to TMZ.
New surveillance footage has been released by TMZ, and the video shows a vehicle that's pulling up to the location where the two rappers were awaiting for Nicki Minaj's arrival, reports Hot New Hip Hop.
'The footage isn't grainy, but from the distance, the video was being shot, the hooded figures are pretty to make out. But don't think for a second there isn't a solution contained somewhere in the extensive field of nanotechnology,' the outlet writes.
In the video, two men can be seen exiting a vehicle once it stops. At 10:30 in the evening, one hooded person says to another, 'We got 30 seconds,' and the other responds, 'Ok.' After that, they raise their guns over the wall and get to firing,' according to the same outlet.
After they finish shooting, the two hooded men go back in the car and leave. In the video, there's a second car trailing behind this one. You can see the video for yourself.
Latest reports also claim that those bullets were targeting Nicki Minaj's dressing room.