12:10 PT – The sources on the scene tell us that everyone is considered and safe. We were told while we were looking for evidence, the police found at least five cartridge cases near the property. They are continuing to investigate and search in nearby areas for anything that may lead them to a possible suspicion.
The police also identified security cameras on the house that may have captured real footage.
Multiple shots were fired near the area of the Tekashi69, Kanye West, is Nicki Minaj video shoot.
An official from the Beverly Hills Police Department says the Blast shots were fired near the house where the stars were shooting near Alpine Drive. We were told that the police are currently on the scene to investigate the situation.
Alpine is a rather famous road in 90210 and over the years it has been home to legendary stars like Gene Hackman, Don Rickles, Donna Reed is Walter Matthau.
Sources on the scene tell us that Tekashi and Kanye were on set, but Nicki had not yet arrived when the shots broke out. Our source believes that it was a "drive-by shooting" scenario. We know for sure that Ye was not hurt and just left the scene.
According to the audio of sending emergency, officials were informed of "shots fired" and they immediately called the fire and the ambulance to help with any injuries. A helicopter was also called to provide air support.
A neighbor who heard the shots originally launched the call to 911, and rescuers were also advised that there was "armed security" on the scene. Soon other neighbors called to report that they also heard shots.
We have been told that the forces of order are currently turning to the property to see if any blows "have had an impact" with the residence. We were told that a security guard informed the police that the shots were heard audibly from inside the house during video production.
A source on the scene says that the witnesses describe that at least 10 shots were fired.
At the moment it is not clear if we are injured and we have not yet confirmed the state of Tekashi.
The Blast reported for the first time that all three hip-hop stars were gathering on Thursday to collaborate on a music video, even though Tekashi has been the subject of gang-related threats during his ongoing beef with several West Coast rappers.