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 Dyke 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.