to the New York Daily News, gunfire broke out on a video shoot
for an upcoming song off of the Bulletproof Love compilation
due out on Henchman Entertainment/Motown.
According to the
Daily News, Jayo Felony was in Brooklyn shooting the video
when the gunfire rang out. Plainclothes officers on patrol
near the Van D### Houses saw men standing in the street firing
handguns in the air and someone filming them around 10:00pm.
Four men were subsequently arrested: Kenneth James, 22, Jamie
Evans, 25, Steve Brockett (AKA JFK), 23 and 19-year-old Jermaine
Police could not
get the footage because an unidentified artist boarded a flight
to Los Angeles early Friday (April 27th) with the film. A
nearby surveillance camera owned by the Housing Authority
reportedly captured some of the shooting.