Rapper GloRilla has spoken out after her concert in Rochester, New York was reportedly marred by a crowd rush that left one person dead and two critically injured.
The “Tomorrow 2” hitmaker performed alongside fellow Memphis rapper Finesse2Tymes at Main Street Armory on Sunday night (March 5), shortly after wrapping up her Anyways, Life’s Great Tour.
According to ABC News, reports of shots being fired inside the venue sparked panic, leading to a deadly stampede that injured nine people in total.
After the show, GloRilla took to Twitter to address the tragedy, expressing her shock and sadness while sending prayers to those who were in attendance.
It also comes almost a year and a half after one of the deadliest crowd surges in recent memory: Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival in Houston in November 2021, which killed 10 people and injured hundreds more.