On Friday night, an in-crowd disturbance disrupted Wiz Khalifa’s performance in an Indiana town.
The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the incident on social media, saying it happened around 10:30 p.m. local time at section 5 on the lawn of the Ruoff Music Center, in which the “Black and Yellow” rapper, 34, was performing.
“Security staff responded quickly, and all the subjects nearby began exiting the area on foot,” authorities wrote, mentioning that a “emergency action plan was initiated and followed.”
According to authorities, “all gates, including non-public exits, were opened,” allowing concertgoers to self-evacuate. According to authorities, three people sustained minor injuries and were taken to nearby hospitals.
“Police staff deployed multiple quick response teams and swept the area,” the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office continued in its statement, adding that “no weapons were found” on the premises.