News: Juicy J & Project Pat's Music Video Met W/ Near-Tragedy, Paramedics Called In
Wednesday, Feb 19, 2014 1:03PM
Three 6 Mafia's Juicy J and Project Pat suffered a scare recently as reports claim paramedics were called to their music video shoot in California.
Details of the incident surfaced online early Wednesday (February 19).
Project Pat and Juicy J's video shoot came to a crashing halt ... after a crew member fell through a skylight, crashing to the ground around 20 feet below. The former Three 6 Mafia member and his brother were filming on the roof of a very old art deco building in Vernon, CA when the accident occurred. Apparently the crew member wasn't looking as he hit the skylight ... shattering it. (TMZ)
Shortly after the incident, the crew member was rushed to a hospital and received treatment.
Paramedics were called and the crew member was rushed to the hospital, where he was treated for rib and chest injuries. It could have been a lot worse. He barely missed 2 porcelain sinks. As they say ... the show must go on, and the brothers finished the shoot. (TMZ)
Outside of the injury, Juicy J recently talked about the legacy of late group member Lord Infamous.
"He was a genius. He was like a brother to me. We all came up together as youngin's. It's sad. He was always a loving, caring, and giving person. He wasn't all about the money. He was about the music and the group. It was insane. He loved coming up with ideas and being in the studio every day making records with us. ... He could sing, he had different kind of styles and different flows in his rap. That's what stuck out the most." (Complex)
The Memphis rap veteran also admitted there were no immediate plans to celebrate his memory.
"We haven't talked about it but I'm definitely down to do something. He's definitely one of the legends, one of the greats, he will definitely be missed. I love that group. I came up with that group and I'll do anything for that group." (Complex)
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