Ottawa police say they were helping an Ontario Provincial Police guns task force when they raided an Ottawa rapper's home on Friday.

Police stormed Belly's home in Greely, south of Ottawa, and found no illegal weapons. They did find three pellet guns.

"It's crazy, you feel violated when this happens," Belly told CTV Ottawa. "If I was here, it would be different."

A surveillance camera outside Belly's home captured the raid by tactical officers and the canine unit. The rap star says police caused about $40,000 damage during their search.

Police have not said what information prompted their search. No charges will be laid.