Rapper Sneakbo has been criticised right after “up to two hundred men and women” gathered as he filmed a audio video clip all through lockdown.
The artist was noticed taking pictures the video clip in Buckingham Park, Aylesbury, on Friday, as The Bucks Herald documented.
A group gathered in the area right after the Brixton rapper said on the web he preferred “to see every person on the block”.
Thames Valley Police said officers spoke to these included and “inspired them to go away the area and to comply with social distancing rules”.
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A video clip in which Sneakbo termed on men and women to go to the shoot was shared on Instagram by an additional rapper, who also options in the audio video clip.
Sneakbo, who has been contacted for comment, produced his first United kingdom solitary The Wave in 2011. It peaked at forty eight in the United kingdom charts.
He has due to the fact appeared on three tracks which entered the top rated forty and produced his 2nd album 9 Life in April.
One community resident, who did not would like to be named, said men and women ended up “actually peeved” the rapper experienced arrive from London to movie the video clip.
“It completely went towards govt rules,” he said.
“There was possibly fifty men and women there for the video clip, then about twenty residents came out and extra men and women retained coming. It was up to about two hundred men and women.”
A spokeswoman for Thames Valley Police said: “Officers ended up termed at about seventeen:forty BST following studies of a massive collecting in the Buckingham Square area of Aylesbury.
“A range of officers attended the scene and spoke to these included. Officers engaged with them and inspired them to go away the area and to comply with social distancing rules.”
She additional that no arrests ended up produced and the collecting experienced dispersed by twenty:30.
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