French Montana, Busta Rhymes, Ja Rule, Juelz Santana and more gathered in Brooklyn this past weekend to pay homage to Coke Boys rapper, Chinx. The music video was filmed in honor of the slain rapper who was murdered in Queens last month, but according to the New York Daily News, the video shoot ended in 5 people being arrested.
Via NY Daily News:
Five people were arrested during the filming of a video featuring rap stars French Montana, Busta Rhymes and Ja Rule in Brooklyn, officials said Saturday.
Three men and two women — including the set security guard — were facing weapons and drug charges after plainclothes cops infiltrated the shoot behind a Fulton St. Bravo Supermarket in East New York at about 6:15 p.m. and spotted the illegal hardware, officials said.
Cocaine, marijuana and molly were also discovered, officials said.
Those arrested included 35-year-old security guard Frank Bartlett, who had a defaced firearm in his waistband, 32-year-old Ronald James, who was seen passing a Derringer pistol to his girlfriend, Ebonee Eastmond, 27 — who was also arrested — and Edward Elkins, who had a semiautomatic pistol in a shopping bag between his feet, cops said.
None of the artist were arrested and has yet to speak out publicly about the incident.