VH1 Mob Family Conflict Breaks Out At Maino Video Shoot
Nothing like a mob-related mess to halt a rap video shoot.
Mob-affiliated rapper Tony Testa nearly walked out of Maino’s “Mobbin” video shoot after director Reginald “Picture Perfect” Vincent brought in Sammy “The Bull”s daughter Karen Gravano of VH1’s “Mob Wives.”
“My Uncle Joey would go crazy if he found out I was in a video with Gravano’s daughter,” Testa, who was a main character in the video, said when he saw Gravano at the end of the table during a scene. He told “Picture Perfect” and Maino that he couldn’t be in the same video with Gravano because her father is a snitch.
“Besides, her father is a snitch while my uncle is serving time because he didn’t snitch,” he continued. “I don’t want to have anything to do with her or her family.” Gravano was then escorted off-set.
The reality star-studded “Mobbin” video included Mob Wives’ Ramona Rizzo, Karen Gravano, and Michael K. Williams from HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire.” It also features Waka Flocka Flame.
Testa had another run-in later that day but this time, with Roc Nation star Rita Ora, whom he discussed working with in the future.