Eighteen members of the Folk Nation: ‘No Love City’ gang in New York have been arrested by the same NYPD division responsible for indicting Bobby Shmurda and his GS9 crew. The gang is also responsible for a gun battle that ensued at Meek Mill’s music video shooting for his song “Lord Knows” for the hit movie Creed‘s soundtrack. Hit the jump for the full story and details.


New York City prosecutors revealed an indictment Wednesday (February 3), on charges of tracking and hunting down rival gang members. On set of Meek Mill’s “Lord Knows” video at a gym in Dumbo last October, No Love City gang members learned that there were rival gang members at the video shot – and waited for them with weapons.

Brooklyn district attorney Ken Thompson said to reporters:

“When they came outside, an all-out gun battle erupted right on the streets of Dumbo, where these gangs were shooting at each other more than 10 times. Some of the gang members were hit. They rushed through the streets of Brooklyn, fleeing through Park Slope, fleeing through Carroll Gardens, driving up Bergen Street the wrong way, ditching their bullet-riddled car in Park Slope near Prospect Heights, ditching their guns out the window.”

The indictment was brought in by the Gun Violence Suppression Division. Charges to the No Love City gang include one with murder, eight facing attempted murder and 12 with weapons possession.