A shooting ruined a music video shoot by French Montana and Rob 49, injuring up to 10 people, including Rob 49.

According to 7 News Miami, the shoot took place Thursday night (January 5) in front of the restaurant The Licking in Miami Gardens, Florida, where the two rappers were filming their music video.

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The Miami Gardens Police Department and Miami-Dade Fire Department responded to reports of the shooting shortly before 8 pm. and found some victims. The number of casualties has not yet been confirmed by police but is reported to be as high as 10.

Four victims were taken to the Ryder Trauma Center, one of whom is in critical condition. Other victims were taken to the hospital. No deaths have been reported to date.

Rob 49’s condition is unknown, but there are no signs that French Montana was injured in the shooting. A witness told TMZ that the Bronx rapper’s security guards escorted him to safety and made it out of the area without incident. rice field.

Mobile phone footage showed Montana and Rob 49 filming the video in the backseat of a car in front of the restaurant before filming. The two rappers have a new collaboration called “Igloo” on Coke Boys 6 in France.

The Money Heist Edition project was released on Friday (January 6th).

Before the bullets were fired, according to Ced Mogul, a witness who was present for the video shoot, someone in the crowd was robbed of his watch, keys, and wallet.

The moment the gunfire started, “[he asked to] call his mother and see if we can get spare car keys and make sure, you know, he’s OK,” Mogul recalled. “There were maybe 13, 14, or 15 gunshots. It moved quickly and made an assault rifle-like noise.

I started sprinting, but as I turned around, I thought, “You know what? Let me just duck first, and after that, I started getting “Can you assist me?” questions from individuals. When I noticed that individuals were pleading for assistance, I recognised that getting shot was helpless.

Three distinct crime scenes are reportedly being examined, while the locations of the other two are unknown, according to a law enforcement source. Delma Noel-Pratt, the police chief of Miami Gardens, told reporters that they think it was an “isolated event.”

There have been no detentions.