YG & AD were shooting a video in their hometown of Compton today when real shots rang out.
It was for the AD featuring YG track 'Thug,' and apparently there were Bloods and Crips on the set.
The gunfire halted the shoot, and police found 30 AK-47 casings on the ground. Luckily nobody was hit and so far there have been no arrests. The authorities briefly detained YG and his crew, but they were released with no charges.
In June of 2015, YG was shot three times while leaving a LA area recording studio. His sophomore album Still Krazy drops next month.
Here's some footage from before the gunfire started.