6ix9ine’s Crew Under Investigation for Shooting at Casanova

It looks like the police are getting heavily involved in the feud between 6ix9ine and Casanova's crews following the alleged shooting that took place in Brooklyn on Thursday (April 19).

According to TMZ, one the "Gummo" rapper's crew members is under investigation by authorities for his possible role in the alleged shooting, which resulted in two men being hit with bullets. So far, no arrests have been made.

Reports previously surfaced that a shooting took place on set Casanova's music video in the Brooklyn neighborhood Bedford-Stuyvesant, where at least ten shots were fired f at the "Don't Run" spitter's crew. The outlet reports that the two men who were hit are expected to make full recoveries. Following the news and footage the shooting surfacing online, Casanova denied that anyone shot at him, and responded to 6ix9ine's now-deleted video where he taunted the Brooklyn native and the incident.

"Don't make me hot," Casanova responded on Instagram. "Why you doing that? You know damn well nobody ain't shot at me, man. Everybody at the motherfucking video shoot was my motherfucking sons, nigga."

On Saturday (April 21), another shooting between the two hip-hop artists' crews took place at the Barclays Center during Adrien Broner and Jessie Vargas headlining fight. Authorities believe that a gun was fired by a member 6ix9ine's squad after the two crews got into a scuffle in a hallway at the arena venue.

Since their feud began brewing earlier this year, Casanova and 6ix9ine have been taking shots back-and-forth at each other on social media. Hopefully things can settle down before anyone else gets hurt.

We will keep you updated as details the investigation become available.