Roddy Ricch and 42 Dugg shooting: 3 injured in gunfire at filming of rappers' music video in Atlanta

It has been confirmed that both the singers were present at the shoot, although it is unclear whether either of them was directly involved or injured in any way


                            Roddy Ricch and 42 Dugg shooting: 3 injured in gunfire at filming of rappers' music video in Atlanta
Roddy Ricch and 42 Dugg (Getty Images)

ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Singers and rappers, Roddy Ricch and 42 Dugg's music video shoot has reportedly ended in gunfire on February 21, 2021, wounding three people and sending two to the hospital. It has been confirmed that both the singers were present at the shoot, although it is unclear whether either of them was directly involved or injured in any way.

The Atlanta police department responded to gunfire in southwest Atlanta around 4 pm on the 500 blocks of Wells Street SW. One person was treated at the scene by emergency paramedics after being grazed by a bullet. Two other people were admitted to Grady Memorial Hospital in order to treat gunshot wounds. Neither their identities or conditions have been released to the public at this time. The firing happened at a steelyard. As of now, it is still unclear who the shooter is.

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Journalist Steve Gehlbach tweeted: "Confirmed that shooting at music video shoot and artists are rappers @42_Dugg and @RoddyRicch but not sure if either were directly involved or one of three men injured" He further reported: "Not sure if either shot or even involved. Three victims don’t seem to be seriously hurt according to witnesses we talked to who were on set"



 

 



 

 

While one concerned person wrote, "The crime rate in Atlanta is completely out of control. APD better get ready for All Star weekend." Another one tweeted: "N****s shooting up Roddy rich and Dugg music video and 6ix9ine still walking around this mf. Sum ain’t adding up and ion like dat"



 

 



 

 

Another one replied to the post saying, "It's gonna come a time when rappers are gonna have to just find the blackest hoods in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota just to shoot a rap video." While another one asked, "What is wrong with people tryna ruin rappers lives"



 

 



 

 

Another one said, "It’s crazy that every time I see a rapper trending I automatically assume they’ve been shot or shot at." While one shocked Internet user tweeted, "What the f*ck? Roddy was just fucking shot and so was another rapper and 3 other people. I hope they're all okay. This is fucking horrible..."



 

 



 

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