Police Open Fire on Black Men Shooting Music Video Mistaken for a Carjacking

Police Open Fire on Black Men Shooting Music Video Mistaken for a Carjacking

Authorities received calls about people breaking into an Aston Martin.

Published June 13, 2017

Police in Detroit opened gunfire during the filming of a music video because they believed there was a carjacking taking place.  

  1. According to Detroit Rap News, police started shooting during the filming of a music video for rapper Nyce Greedy.

    On Saturday afternoon, police reportedly received calls about what looked like the carjacking of an Aston Martin on Six Mile Road, reported WWJ.

  2. An eyewitness recorded a brief moment from the scene

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    After police arrived, they started shooting at two men who appeared to be holding guns. The men then explained they were shooting a music video, yet there were no permits to film, said police.  

    No one was hit or injured as a result of the shooting. The men involved in the music video were then taken into police custody. Police are investigating the incident. 

Written by Rachel Herron

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