The chaos came when Lil Wayne showed up at the 2018 A3C Festival in Atlanta on Sunday, after fears of a possible shootout caused the crowd to panic.
Channel 2 of WSB-TV in Atlanta got a panic video on the flight from the Georgia Freight Depot, where Wayne had just started acting on Sunday night. Music and technology journalist Cherie Hu wrote on Twitter that she was at the concert when, suddenly, the crowd shot out.
"The crowd at @ a3c has just started to leave the stage a few minutes after Lil Wayne's performance," he wrote. "Nobody knows exactly what happened, some say a fight got out of control, but security is now evacuating the whole place, I'm sure and will update as I get more information."
A FOX 5 reporter in Atlanta wrote on Twitter that at least six people were injured in the chaos, none of them would be.
The organizers of the festival issued a statement on Sunday night saying that there were no shots and that the panic was caused by a fight that broke out:
"Unfortunately, there was an altercation tonight that ended Lil Wayne's performance, we are still gathering information to determine exactly what happened and we will provide tracking information as soon as we know more details," the statement said. "Rest assured that the police officers present confirmed that there were no weapons involved, this was a very unfortunate way to end what had been an incredible week of music, friendships and connections, thank you all for your incredible support. all week. We love you all. "
Wayne himself sent a short message to the fans shortly after.
"I hope everyone at A3C is safe!", He wrote on Twitter.
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