Reports claim there hasn't been any injuries.
Lil Pump is undoubtedly one of the most popular young artists out right now, and it's been proven that his concerts get a little wild every once in a while. However, his show in Nottingham last night reached a dangerous point. According to TMZ, the rapper's show got derailed due to a tear gas attack.
Pump was performing in Nottingham, U.K. on Friday when things took a left turn. Witnesses described that a tear gas-like substance began to fill up the venue before fans tried to escape and gasp for air. However, it still isn't clear who may have been behind the alleged attack.
Pump, his crew and those in attendance weren't completely shaken by the tear gas. The rapper, along with the rest of the venue, evacuated the premises and brought the party outside. Pump stood atop his tour bus outside of the venue and began to perform his Kanye West collaboration, "I Love It." The track is clearly a crowd pleaser and fans seemed to forget about the events that happened inside of the venue once Pump got on top of the bus.
Police and paramedics in Nottingham are on the scene right now, investigating the situation. Thankfully, they didn't report any serious injuries so far.
We'll keep you updated on more information as the story develops.