Flamethrower-wielding rapper on top of occupied NYC bus faces some heat

Clay Curtis
November 20, 2020

As part of a music video, the young NY rapper Christopher Dupree has turned himself in to the NY police who accuse him of reckless recklessness for having climbed on the roof of a bus with a flamethrower that he triggered several times although he alleges that he was recording a music video, this was released by local media in addition to affecting some vehicles in the surroundings.

A man with a flamethrower hopped from an ice cream truck to a New York City bus before using the flamethrower to fire away at the public, according to a video. "We The ILLest. Video coming".

The incident took place at around 5.30pm on 8 November.

It is unknown if Dupree is the man who jumped on the bus.

A Brooklyn man is wanted by the NY Police after he was caught on video shooting a flame thrower atop an occupied city bus in the Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood, has learned.

Surveillance video, released late Wednesday, shows the alleged shooter, wearing a red, gray and black jacket, and a woman wearing all black, running on Fulton Street just before the shooting.

A crowd can be heard cheering as the man fires off the flamethrower.

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Reckless endangerment was the charge Dupree G.O.D was dealt and his 2021 plans are looking blurry at the moment.

The video was also condemned by the NYPD's Sergeants Benevolent Association, who shared it on Twitter, taking a hit at the defunding of the city's police department.

"We don't even need to say how absurd, risky and just plain stupid this was", MTA spokesman Tim Minton said.

The stunt was later revealed to have been part of a Wu-Tang tribute music video, according to Dupree's social media.

About 25 passengers were aboard the bus at the time, and while none was injured, the police union officials blasted the spectacle as another example of urban decay, New York Post reported.

"We don't even need to say how absurd, unsafe and just plain stupid this was".

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