Asake offers prayers for the concert-crash victims in London.
A crush during singer Asake’s performance at the O2 Academy Brixton on Thursday night resulted in four people being sent to the hospital in critical condition.
According to reports, there was a crush inside the venue where Asake was performing as a result of a swarm of people trying to enter, many of whom did not have tickets.
Asake said he was thinking of the victims and wished for their recovery in a post on his Instagram page on Friday. Also, he made a return commitment.
“My heart is with those who were harmed last night and caused any type of discomfort,” he said in his statement. I wish you speedy recovery. Additionally, I am in the process of contacting specific people. I still don’t have a complete explanation from the venue management as to what caused the commotion outside The Brixton Academy’s entry, but we are grateful that everything ended peacefully in the end.
“I apologize for cutting off my performance too soon for my audience members who appreciated the beginning. I appreciate your incredible affection, London. Too much love to you! In a little while, I want to see you again.
Following the stampede at the south London performance venue, four persons suffered critical injuries and four more were taken to the hospital.
Following indications “that a huge number of individuals were attempting to force access to the venue,” police and other emergency services were sent to the O2 Academy in Brixton at 21:35 pm (2135 GMT).
No one has yet been apprehended, the Metropolitan police said, adding that the case is still under investigation.
“A police investigation has been opened, and it will be as comprehensive and forensic as necessary to uncover precisely what transpired yesterday night,” police commander Ade Adelekan stated.