Oh No! Popular Rapper Gets Bitten By A Snake While Shooting His Music Video (Photos)
A popular rapper has ended being bitten by a snake while he was out shooting his music video.
Astonishing footage shows rapper Lil Pump being bitten by a SNAKE during a music video shoot.
The 19-year-old was left with blood pouring out of his hand during the incident on Thursday.
At the start of the video he is seen sitting on some steps before he is given a snake by a handler.
Lil Pump is bitten by a snake during a music video shoot
But he quickly jumps up and screams after the reptile sank its teeth into his flesh.
The young rapper is heard shouting: “Look at my hand bro. That n***a bit the f**k out of me.”
A video of the incident posted on Instagram is captioned: “I JUST GOT BIT BY A SNAKE WTF.
“I CANT F**K W NO SNAKES I HOPE I DONT DIE.”
The rapper, 19, showed off the bloody wound to his hand during the incident on Thursday
At the end of the clip, the angry beast launches another bite attack at someone else on set.
It is unclear how badly the Gucci Gang star was injured or what kind of snake was involved.
Snakes used in showbiz normally have their venom sacks removed and filled in with silicon to prevent them growing back.
Via The Sun UK
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