People Are Losing It Over This 1993 Snoop Dogg Shooting Reenactment

People Are Losing It Over This 1993 Snoop Dogg Shooting Reenactment

The public should have been informed of this.

Published May 15, 2016

People hanging out at park in the San Fernando Valley experienced an unfair panic attack this past week, as a result of a lack of communication by those working on a documentary series featuring a murder trial that Snoop Dogg was involved in.

As the series was filming nearby, a scene was reenacted that had people scrambling and ducking for cover after hearing what they assumed to be real gunfire.

At Tarzana Park, actors involved in the upcoming series titled Rich and Acquitted, were reenacting an infamous murder scene from 1993, which back in the day, put Snoop Dogg in the dependent’s chair.

As reported by TMZ, cops were clued in that blank gun shots would be fired, but the public were not properly informed, which led to a chaotic and scary reaction that could have been totally avoided if the proper notice was given.

Luckily, it wasn’t real, but those spending time in the park have an understandable reason to be upset with the total disregard of their peace of mind. 

The series is due to air this September. 

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: AP Photo/Nick Ut)


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