DETROIT (CelebrityAccess) — A concert by singer songwriter Baby Keem at St. Andrew’s Hall in Detroit was brought to a screeching halt over concern about the safety of the venue’s floor.
According to The Detroit News, Baby Keem had just about finished the show in front of a packed house when
“The floor’s cracking so .. for everyone’s safety” he told the audience to a loud round of boos from the fans.
Video circulating on social media showed a floor joist supporting the floor of the venue’s main room shaking and coming loose while fans bounced to music above.
Fortunately, the venue was evacuated safely and no injuries were reported.
“The safety of our guests is always our top priority and the show was paused promptly,” Live Nation Entertainment said in a statement to Detroit News. “Everyone exited the venue safely and the artist was able to perform the majority of their show.”