Tekashi69, Kanye West Music Video Set Reportedly Hit By Drive-By Shooting

Rappers Tekashi69, Kanye West, and Nicki Minaj's music video set was reportedly the site of a shooting late on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018.

TMZ reports that Tekashi69 (real name Daniel Hernandez) and Kanye West were filming a music video at an $80 million home in Beverly Hills when shots were fired. According to the celebrity gossip rag, police received a call that there'd been a shooting at 10:25 p.m. and quickly responded.

A source told TMZ that about eight shots had been fired, but, thankfully, no one had been hit. One bullet did, however, go through a bedroom window. Rapper 50 Cent (real name Curtis Jackson III), who's a friend of Tekashi69, shared now-deleted a photo of that window on Instagram, showing the broken glass. "Now somebody done shot my son video up in LA," he wrote in the caption.

The shooting is reportedly being considered a drive-by.

After the shooting, West was said to have left. Minaj reportedly hadn't shown up to set yet. As could be expected, production on the music video — for a song on Tekashi69's album featuring West and Minaj — was stopped, as the crew was "shaken up."

TMZ notes that the authorities are looking at surveillance footage.

Tekashi69 was previously sentenced to four years probation in late October 2018, after being accused of "Use of a Child in a Sexual Performance" in 2015. Tekashi69, who has admitted to being a member of the 9 Trey Bloods gang (via The New York Times), was ordered to avoid gang activity. Tekashi69's lawyer, Lance Lazzaro, reportedly claims that the rapper's presence during the shooting on Nov. 8 does not violate his probation. However, TMZ reports that the District Attorney is "looking into" whether or not Tekashi69 violated his probation that night.

At the time of this writing, no details about the shooter have been released to the public.