One of Kodak Black's tour buses was raided in Washington D.C. by the FBI and police on Wednesday night, while the rapper was performing at The Anthem.
The people on the bus were handcuffed and taken outside, while law enforcement searched the entire vehicle. The FBI also tried to get inside the venue but were blocked by promoters.
Kodak wasn't arrested. After the show, he headed to New York City for his concert at the United Palace, which takes place tonight.
The raid comes nearly a week after the "Transportin'" rapper and his entourage were busted at the U.S. border for weed and firearms while he was driving to Boston for a show.
Perhaps all the weaponry was to protect Kodak from possible run-ins related to his beef with T.I., who blasted him for trying to holler at Nipsey Hussle's girlfriend Lauren London after Nip was killed.
Update: TMZ says there was more to the raid than first reported:
According to cops they confiscated 4 Glock handguns with magazines. Five people were arrested -- none of them Kodak -- and all were booked for carrying a pistol without a license and possession of large capacity magazines.
Police emphasized they can't confirm the raided bus was Kodak's ... only that it was connected to the show.