Session of music Video Of Australian Group Bliss n Eso Becomes Fatal

HipHop News Posted on January 23, 2017 at 8:15am

Session of music Video Of Australian Group Bliss n Eso Becomes Fatal

A criminal investigation is already underway.

Brisbane, AU – the Filming of a music video had a tragic twist when the actor was shot dead while on the set.

According to BBC News, a music video was filmed by Australian Hip Hop group Bliss n Eso when the shooting took place.

During the filming of a music video, several guns, according to reports, were discharged, with one letting loose a shot that killed the actor, who was in his 20s. According to the reports was hit in the chest.

Although the members of Bliss n Eso were not on set when the incident occurred in the Brooklyn Standard bar in Brisbane, Australia, expressed shock and grief on Facebook.

"We are very sad that a tragic incident that has occurred today, where a professional stunt person involved in the filming of our latest music video has died this afternoon in the city of Brisbane...The three of you are very upset and concerned by this and our hearts and prayers are with the victim's family and friends, as well as the cast and crew who were involved in the clip of today," the trio wrote.

Several weeks ago, Bliss n Eso released an open call on his Instagram page for those interested in the subject of his next music video.

Do you want to be the star of our next video clip? 🙋📹💫 We are filming a music video for our latest track "Friend Like You (feat. Lee Fields)" and we would love YOU to be involved! For more information and to apply, head to: blissneso.com/videoclip registration closes this Saturday (January 7) 🤙

A photo posted by BLISS N ESO (@blissneso) on January 5, 2017, at 3:09pm PST

The authorities, who are currently aware of if the bullets or blanks were used during the filming, have revealed that an ongoing criminal investigation.

"We do not know specifically the way in which those injuries occurred at this point in time, and that is going to be [the] object of our investigation," Detective Inspector Tom Armitt said, reports BBC News.

Brooklyn Standard also published a s

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