Police in Griffin, Georgia have arrested four men in connection with the murder of rapper Yung Hott this past weekend. The rapper -- real name Jerode Paige -- was shot and killed on the set of his music video, after 20 rounds were fired from the onlooking crowd.

Four other bystanders, including a 5-year-old girl were injured in the shooting incident, which took place around 6PM on Saturday, May 15. Police have arrested four suspects -- Corderra Walker, 21, Terry James Fuller, 31, Terrance Jones, 23, and Bahir Howard 22 -- but told the Atlanta-Journal Constitution that they still have no motive for the shooting.

Paige was hit in the head by a bullet while filming the video for his first single, which had recently gotten airplay on an Atlanta radio station. His uncle explained that the 27-year-old was passionately pursuing his career in music, while trying to leave the mistakes of his past behind him. "He got out [of prison] and he said he wasn't going to let anybody stop him from getting his career," Gary Paige said. "He wanted to give his grandmother a lot. He was really into his music and he wanted to show his grandmother he had the ability to be somebody. He wanted everybody to know he was from a little town that had a lot of talent."