A music video shoot featuring the rappers French Montana, Busta Rhymes and Ja Rule ended in the arrests of five people on Saturday in Brooklyn, reports the New York Daily News.
The video, a tribute to the recently killed Queens rapper Chinx, drew police after neighbors noticed guns and drugs on the Fulton Street set, a police source told the Daily News. Three men and two women now face drug and weapons charges; one is Frank Bartlett, 35, the security guard of the set. Cocaine, molly and marijuana was also reportedly discovered.
Other arrested onsite include Wendy Miranda, 30, who appeared in a role in the video and was discovered with a gun near her.
French Montana’s Coke Boy Records helmed the video. Other rappers onsite included Juelz Santana and Noreaga. None of the rappers have yet spoken on the arrests.