TMZ obtained the surveillance footage outside of the exclusive $80 million Beverly Hills mansion where Tekashi 6ix9ine, Nicki Minaj, and Kanye West were scheduled to record a music video until shots fired and caused production to come to a screeching halt.
You see 2 cars pull up Thursday night at around 10:30 PM. One man gets out of each car, and they’re both wearing hoodies.
They look out for a few moments before letting off a round of shots over the wall. “We got 30 seconds” and the second suspect responds “ok” just before they start firing. From their sounds of their voices, the suspects may be men.
They scramble back inside their respective vehicles. One light-colored car hurries off. The second car reversed and made a U-Turn.
What’s even more absurd, the shooters attempted to get onto the property through a door before firing over the wall, but it was clearly locked.
As previously reported, no one was hurt. However, a bullet pierced through the door of the room where Nicki was supposed to be in. Luckily, the Queen rapper didn’t arrive yet. But the bulets were presumably for Tekashi.