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South LA Music Video Draws Large Group, Massive Police Presence

A large crowd drew a massive police presence in South Los Angeles on Monday as a rapper filmed an anti-Donald Trump music video, according to witnesses.

Police flocked to the 1100 block of East 58th Street as a rowdy crowd gathered around 5:15 p.m.

Police were deployed for crowd control in South Los Angeles after a rapper was apparently shooting an anti-Donald Trump music video, police said Monday, April 4, 2016.

A witness said rapper YG 400 was shooting an anti-Donald Trump music video at Slauson and Hooper avenues. LAPD media relations confirmed a rapper may have been shooting a music video.

The first calls to police reported cars racing up and down the street. Officers responded to handle crowd control but said no arrests were made.

The day before, police responded to a music video shoot involving the same group at 71st Street and Crenshaw Boulevard. Police said the group was blocking the street and racing cars, but no one was arrested.

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