During the filming of Sexyy Red’s new video shoot there is a shootout… 1 man DE*D!! (REGARD)

A fatal shooting occurred yesterday while rapper Sexyy Red’s new music video was being filmed in Florida, Media Take Out confirmed.

Here is the video:

After one person was killed and another injured in a shooting across from Sexyy Red and Sukihana’s video shoot, the “Pound Town” rapper released a statement on her Instagram Stories on Thursday night, claiming that the violence had nothing to do with her She sends her thoughts to the victim’s family.

“I extend my condolences to the family of the man who lost his life and pray for the wounded person,” Red (née Janae Wherry) wrote in her story. “But I have to address the rumors that it happened during my video shoot because it is not true at all. To be clear, it happened at a gas station across the street from my video set.”

The rapper said that both the Florida Highway Patrol and the Broward County Sheriff’s Office “confirmed that the shooting did not occur on my set.” She also reassured fans that she was safe “thanks to my production team who got all the paperwork right and worked with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to hire off-duty people to make sure everyone was safe.”

Red added that filming was completed at a different location and everyone involved was able to go home safely afterwards. “Period. I’m just trying to work hard, make good music and connect with my fans,” she wrote. “Please don’t try to twist the narratives and make this a b–ch.”

WPLG Local 10 reported that the shooting occurred around 8 p.m. near the Oakland Park Flea Market Mall in Oakland Park, Florida, “not far” from where the video was shot. Upon arrival, deputies found two people suffering from gunshot wounds. One unnamed victim was pronounced dead at the scene and another was taken to a local hospital. The station reported that police were seen arresting two people after the shooting.

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