Shots ring out during the filming of a rap video in the Bronx

The filming of a rap video was halted Tuesday after shots rang out.

The rap group Capone-N-Noreaga was filming their new video on Decatur Avenue surrounded by many interested Bronx residents. But the shoot came to a screeching halt after police in an unmarked car told the rappers they were looking for someone who violated parole. After police caught the suspect, the crowd began to get rowdy and then shots were fired.

Police checked nearby buildings but still do not know where the shots came from. Meanwhile, Capone-N-Noreaga say they are going to find somewhere else to finish filming the remainder of their video.

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