Undercover Cops Busted "Rapper" French Montana Video Shoot Yesterday (News)
Undercover cops busted a French Montana video shoot yesterday.
Five people were arrested during a French Montana video shoot yesterday (May 30) in Brooklyn. According to New York Daily News, undercover cops entered the shoot, behind a Fulton St. supermarket, at 6:15pm and arrested three men and two women on guns and drugs charges.
Four pistols were found on set, as well as cocaine, marijuana, and molly. A picture of the contraband can be seen in the above gallery.
Judging from French's on-set photos, the video will pay homage to Coke Boys rapper Chinx, who was killed on May 17 in Queens. One of French's pictures from the set is hashtagged with "offtherip," so we assume he was filming the video to the single of the same name, featuring Chinx (about three weeks before his death) and N.O.R.E., who was found on set along with Juelz Santana, Ja Rule, Busta Rhymes, and Charlotte Hornets guard Lance Stephenson.
Neither French nor Coke Boys Records have spoken on the arrests.