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Cops Tried To Put A Halt On Megan Thee Stallion's 'Hot Girl Summer,' But They Didn't Stop The Show

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The police rolled up on Megan Thee Stallion while she was shooting her "Hot Girl Summer" video and shut it down. However, they didn't stop the show. More inside...

Oh, no they didn't!

Megan Thee Stallion's “Hot Girl Summer” video almost became a cold girl summer when LAPD used their force to shut down the festivities -- but don’t worry, things did get warmer.

So, what happened?!

According to TMZ, the legal party crashers attempted to shut down Hot Girl Meg, Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign's "Hot Girl Summer" video last Friday, in the Mount Olympus are in Los Angeles. It's real fancy and luxe out in those streets, so you have to have paperwork to record out there.

Supposedly, production didn’t secure proper permits before they saddled their way to the heart of Hollywood Hills, so the cops shut ish down.

Bummer right.

Nicki and Ty booked a house close to the set to shoot the main portion of the video, but unfortunately, high profile SNITCHES in the neighborhood canceled their services.

Someone called the cops and told law enforcement to pull up to the set, and once they arrived, they noticed there was not a proper permit present and they sent everyone packing.

Luckily for Meg, her superhero team was able to find another location only 50 miles East of L.A. in Chino Hills. After relocating, production ran smoothly and they were able to capture all the footage they needed.

By the way, it was just announced that the Tina Snow rapper will be hitting the stage to perform at the 15th annual A3C Festival & Conference from October 8th-10th at Center Stage in Atlanta.

Giddy up.

Photo: Getty



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