Rapper Ariie West, who recently released his music video for “Dangerous,” has found himself in hot water over allegations of stealing police and emergency vehicles to shoot the viral video. The video, which has amassed over 140,000 views on YouTube within just four days of its release, features scenes of women twerking and dancing on police cars and other emergency vehicles while masked men were seen inside of the vehicle having a good time has now allegedly come under scrutiny by the NYPD.
While Ariie West’s label has not yet issued an official statement addressing the allegations, John Kwatakye-Atiko, who handles Label operations and Marketing at Autrumn Records for “Dangerous,” stated that “There is no solid proof to these claims and that their attorneys are currently handling the situation.” The alleged theft of police and emergency vehicles for the video shoot could potentially lead to legal consequences for the rapper and his team, tarnishing the success of the video.
These allegations have sparked debate and discussion within the hip hop community, with some fans rallying behind Ariie West and others expressing disappointment over the possible unlawful actions. The controversy surrounding the “Dangerous” music video has only fueled its rapid rise in popularity, leading many to wonder whether the increased attention will ultimately help or hinder Ariie West’s career.
In the midst of the controversy, Ariie West’s “Dangerous” continues to gain traction on YouTube, with viewers eager to see the video that has caused such a stir. The song itself has been praised for its innovative approach to commercializing drill music, but the recent allegations may overshadow the creative and musical achievements of the rapper and his team.
As the situation unfolds, the hip hop community will be watching closely to see how Ariie West and his label address the allegations and whether they will impact the rapper’s burgeoning career. Regardless of the outcome, “Dangerous” has undoubtedly made a significant impression in the world of hip hop drill music.