Twenty people have been arrested following the screening of rapper Maxo Kream and NFL Cartel Bo Brown’s ‘Hoova’ music video.
The arrests – all on illegal possession of a weapon charges – took place in Houston after police used the clip to allegedly identify nearly a dozen loaded guns to the alleged gang members who appeared in the video, according to Houston television station KRPC.
It was shot in March at the city’s Lakewood Park and when police officers arrived to the set most of those involved in the video allegedly ran, leaving behind the guns they were showing off for the camera.
The clip, which you can watch below and has been viewed nearly 2 million times, was used by police to track down those who appeared in it.
Maxo Kream was not arrested in connection to the video but Brown is allegedly on the run after he was charged with illegally possessing two assault rifles.
Police also alleged that Brown, a convicted felon, cut off his ankle monitor and ceased communication after being released on bond.
Brown and 11 other men were charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm while seven others were charged with misdemeanor unlawful carrying of a weapon.
Nine men in total are all allegedly still on the run.