AceShowbiz - Even though both Nicki Minaj and Cardi B have called truce to their long-running feud, people around them apparently want to keep the beef alive and going. Among those people is Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine, who reportedly makes it clear which side he leans on by hiring strip club bartenders Jade and Baddie G, who embroiled in a legal battle with Cardi, for his new music video.
As for which music video they were hired for, sources told TMZ that the sisters were enlisted to appear in the now-notorious Kanye West and Nicki-assisted music video. Both Jade and Baddie were both on the music video set when the shooting went down, but it looks like none of them were hurt by the attack.
For those who need a refresher, Cardi was accused of ordering an attack on the two bartender sisters in August. She allegedly threw a hookah pipe and drinking glasses at the sisters because she thought one of them with her husband Offset. She was officially charged with two misdemeanors of reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct after surrendering herself to authorities last month.
Multiple shots were reportedly fired near Tekashi, Kanye and Nicki's music video shoot in Los Angeles last week. According to sources, the incident were thought to be a "drive-by shooting." After neighbors called in to report "shots fired," police cars, fire engines and ambulances all reported to the scenes while a helicopter was called in for support. Officers later found five shell casings near the property.
Law enforcement reportedly believed that the attack might have had something to do with Tekashi's continuous feud with several rappers out in the West Coast. The suspect reportedly were cruising around in a white car when they shot at the mansion where the video shoot was taking place.
It remains to be seen whether the music video will see the light of the day.