NOTTINGHAM, England (CelebrityAccess) Lil Pump ended up performing on top of his tour bus after an apparent smoke bomb stopped his concert at the Rock City music event in Nottingham, England, Nov. 16.
The show was evacuated after what police suspect was a “smoke flare” was tossed in the venue; an undisclosed number of people were treated for minor injuries.
One eyewitness told the BBC it was a scene of panic as people tried to get out, with some vomiting.
“All of a sudden people were saying, ‘Look, you need to get out’,” Harry Rutter, a reporter with the Cambs Times, told the BBC. “I just couldn’t breathe and you had this feeling in the back of your throat. I looked down and people had stopped watching the music and were just trying to get out.
“There was a real sense of panic as they were running for the doors.”
Talbot Street was temporarily shut down to accommodate emergency crews.
Fans flooded the streets and the rapper, who has 15 shows left on his European tour, led the throng in an a capella version of his collaboration with Kanye West, “I Love It.”
— Harry Rutter (@HRCTJ) November 16, 2018
Law enforcement sources told TMZ the incident does not to appear to be a terrorist act.