Rapper GloRilla has spoken out following reports that a crowd stampede at their show in New York on Sunday left one person dead and nine others suffering injuries.
The fatal incident occurred at the Main Street Armory concert venue in the northern New York city of Rochester.
Police were called to the venue following reports of shots fired when the gig came to an end around 11pm.
However, Rochester Police Chief Dave Smith later said reports of gunshots had not been confirmed.
The 23-year-old Memphis rapper tweeted on Monday: ‘I’m just now hearing about what happened wtf, praying everybody is ok.’
According to People, the concert goer’s death had not been confirmed when GloRilla took to social media.
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