The New York Post reported that his attorney Cary London issued a statement saying the stunt was controlled.
Video shared on social media shows the topless man jump from what appears to be a stationary ice cream truck onto a moving Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) bus on the B-26 route near Franklin and Putnam Avenues.
BEDFORD-STUYVESANT, Brooklyn (WPIX) - Video of a man shooting a flamethrower on top of an MTA bus has sparked an NYPD investigation, police said Tuesday.
Police are investigating the November 8 stunt when the Brooklyn-born artist allegedly climbed on top of the bus and unleashed the flamethrower into the sky as onlookers cheered him on in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Ignited fuel could be seen dripping off the roof of the bus carrying more than two dozen passengers who were then transferred to a new one at the next stop.
The stunt was later revealed to have been part of a Wu-Tang tribute music video, according to Dupree's social media.
Reckless endangerment was the charge Dupree G.O.D was dealt and his 2021 plans are looking blurry at the moment.
A crowd can be heard cheering as the man fires off the flamethrower.
Cops released footage of the man - joined by a female companion - who is suspected of shooting a 70-year-old woman sitting on an MTA bus with a bullet meant for a gangbanger.
'The incident is now under investigation.
A rapper who shot off a flamethrower while standing on an occupied New York City bus surrendered to police on Wednesday.
A police spokesperson called the video shoot "impromptu and illegal", adding that the NYPD was not aware of any permits for the shoot.