AceShowbiz - Lil Pump won't let anything hinder his show even if he gets hurt after an attack. The rapper showed his dedication to fans by ending his show in Nottingham, England outside Rock City venue after tear gas was thrown inside the building and disrupted the show.
In a fan-captured video, Pump was seen performing his Kanye West collaboration "I Love It" on top of a bus. The track was clearly a crowd pleaser as they were all seen cheering on the rapper, forgetting that they were just attacked by tear gas. It was kind of amazing for Pump to be able to continue the show considering that he was nearly unconscious after the attack.
TMZ first broke the news of the attack, with a police spokesperson telling the publication that they received a "smoke flare inside the venue" at around 9:30 P.M. local time. Law enforcement sources additionally said it wasn't an act of terrorism, though it did create chaos among the crowd.
According to one concertgoer, "A lot of people experienced severe negative effects; falling unconscious, seizures, panic attacks and people not being able to see temporarily. Police, paramedics and the fire bridge did an excellent job sorting everything and everyone out. Massive shout out to them all."
Even though it doesn't seem like there were any serious injuries, two people have reportedly been treated for minor injuries.
Following the attack, Pump took to Instagram Stories to talk about the incident. "Some dumb a** threw a smoke bomb in the show. F***ed up the whole show," the "Gucci Gang" hitmaker said, revealing that the culprit didn't only throw one flare during the show. "Y'all threw three. Whoever the f**k threw that y'all made me faint in the middle of the show, b***h."