French Montana, Busta Rhymes and Ja Rule Music Video Filming Ends in Arrests
The video, a tribute to the recently killed Queens rapper Chinx, drew police after neighbors noticed guns and drugs on the Fulton Street set, a police source told the Daily News. Three men and two women now face drug and weapons charges; one is Frank Bartlett, 35, the security guard of the set. Cocaine, molly and marijuana was also reportedly discovered.
Other arrested onsite include Wendy Miranda, 30, who appeared in a role in the video and was discovered with a gun near her.
French Montana's Coke Boy Records helmed the video. Other rappers onsite included Juelz Santana and Noreaga. None of the rappers have yet spoken on the arrests.