At least ten people were injured by gunfire during the filming of a music video for American-Moroccan rapper French Montana in Miami, Florida, local media and authorities said.
Police officers arrived at the scene around 19:48 on Thursday (Friday morning, Greek time), after being informed that there were several bullet victims. According to the Miami Herald newspaper, there had been a fight between two groups of people outside a restaurant.
“At least 13, 14, 15 shots were fired. It was done very quickly, maybe by an automatic rifle,” said Sid Mogul, who was involved in the shooting of the video clip.
According to this witness, a person who had gone to watch the shooting was robbed and chaos ensued.
Police have yet to confirm the number and identity of the victims.
38-year-old French Montana, or Karim Harbous, as his real name is, was born in Morocco but his family moved to the US when he was a teenager. He was three times nominated for a Grammy Award, mainly for the track “All the way up”.
The rapper was also the victim of a shooting in 2003 in the Bronx, New York. Then, he had received a bullet in the head, but survived.
Source: News Beast
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