Yesterday, Gunna was in the middle of filming his upcoming music video for “Fox 5” with Lil Keed when the pair were forced to flee from gunfire. Footage of the incident can be seen here, and while nine shots appeared to be fired in the vicinity, nobody ended up getting injured. While that in itself is a lucky break, little to no information about what actually transpired has been shared. Following the shooting, Gunna took to Instagram to briefly address the situation, keeping his message rather straightforward. 

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“Don’t believe the cap,” he writes, wise words in most circumstances, if a little vague. In this situation, it’s pointless to imagine what cap he’s referring to, as many have already begun drawing their own conclusions about what transpired. Naturally, the likes of Tekashi 6ix9ine couldn’t resist chiming in with his own take, implying that Gunna’s “Crime Stoppers” appearance may have been indirectly involved. 

In any case, it seems as if Gunna is doing fine following the potentially harrowing afternoon, despite being slightly bothered by the amount of false narratives he’s witnessing. One has to wonder if the video will be released on time, or whether “Fox 5” will suffer a delay as a result. In any case, we’re relieved that both YSL rappers are safe, and look forward to seeing what they’ve been cooking up.