Three people are shot on a music video set in Atlanta for rappers Roddy Ricch and 42 Dugg
Three people were reportedly shot during the filming of a music video for the rappers Roddy Ricch and 42 Dugg on Sunday.
Police were dispatched to the film set in southwest Atlanta in the afternoon, WSB-TV reports.
The officers were responding to the sound of shots fired at a scrap yard where the video was being made, though it’s unclear at this time if either Ricch, 22, or 42 Dugg, 26, were involved.
Shots fired: A music video film shoot for rappers Roddy Ricch (L) and 42 Dugg (R) was interrupted on Sunday afternoon by a shooting that left three people injured, according to WSB-TV in Atlanta
The officers arrived on the scene around 4 p.m. to find an injured man who had reportedly been grazed by the gunfire.
According to the station’s reporter Steve Gehlbach, the injured man was treated by paramedics at the scene.
Two other men who had been shot drove themselves to Grady Memorial Hospital, though their condition is currently unknown.
It’s also not known if Ricch (born Rodrick Moore Jr.) or Dugg (given name: Dion Hayes) were even on the set at the time of the shooting.
As of now, police have not revealed the names of any of the injured parties.
Bloodshed: A man graced by the shooting was treated at the scene, while two other men who had been shot reportedly drove themselves to Grady Memorial Hospital
Slow trickle: Neither the names nor the conditions of the injured men have been released by police yet, and it’s unclear if Roddy Ricch or 42 Dugg were involved or even on set at the time of the shooting
Ricch has had a quick ascent in the world of hip-hop after receiving widespread acclaim for his early EPs and his 2018 single Die Young.
In 2019, his debut LP Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial debuted atop the Billboard 200 album charts.
His single The Box on the same album reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart as well.
In 2020, he joined DaBaby on his single Rockstar, earning him his second number one song.
He has already amassed nine Grammy nominations, with one win at the 2020 ceremony for his collaboration with the late Nipsey Hussle their 2019 song Racks In The Middle.
Hussle was shot and killed outside of his clothing store in Los Angeles on March 31, 2019.
Ricch later joined an onstage tribute to Hussle and Kobe Bryant at the 2020 Grammy Awards ceremony.
Rising star: Ricch’s first LP Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 chart, and he won a Grammy in 2020 for his Nipsey Hussle collaboration Racks In The Middle; seen in 2019 in LA
Struck down: Hussle was shot and killed outside of his clothing store in Los Angeles on March 31, 2019; Hussle seen in 2019 with girlfriend Lauren London
Remembering a fallen friend: Ricch (far right) later joined an onstage tribute to Hussle and Kobe Bryant at the 2020 Grammy Awards ceremony; seen with (L-R) YG, John Legend, Kirk Franklin, DJ Khaled and Meek Mill
Detroit rapper 42 Dugg made his top 10 debut on the Billboard Hot 100 chart last year with his Lil Baby collaboration We Paid.
The rappers collaborated earlier in 2020 on the single Grace, which peaked in the top 50 on the Hot 100 list.
Dugg previously spent 6 years in jail on carjacking charges, and he was arrested in March 2020 on federal gun charges.
In June, he fled police trying to make a traffic stop in Oakland County, where Detroit is located.
He spent two months as a fugitive before being apprehended in August.
Rising star: Detroit rapper 42 Dugg made his top 10 debut on the Billboard Hot 100 chart last year with his Lil Baby collaboration We Paid; pictured (center) with David Einhorn, Mo Garcia and Yo Gotti Yo Gotti in Miami in 2019
Checkered past: Dugg previously spent 6 years in jail on carjacking charges, and he was arrested in March 2020 on federal gun charges. In June he fled a traffic stop, but he was captured in August; seen in January 2020 in Atlanta