Lil Durk merchandise stolen during false mass shooter alarm
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Lil Durk merchandise stolen during false mass shooter alarm

‘3 Headed Goat’ emcee Lil Durk recently took to social media to call out the individual who stole heaps of his valuable merchandise during a chaotic frenzy that occurred at his Chicago concert due to false reports of a mass shooter.

The lyricist had a show on August 12th at the United Center in his hometown. However, it quickly broke out into chaos after the city’s Police Department received reports of an active shooter at the live performance.

Due to the claims, armed police interrupted the concert with haste causing mass hysteria and utter chaos amongst fans, during which concertgoers were caught on video looting merchandise.

Rightly angry about the situation, Lil Durk took to social media to call out the individuals who robbed him of his costly merchandise. He first thanked fans but addressed the thieves writing, “Don’t believe the hype we bigger than big thank you Chicago! Till next time and who all stole the merchandise, tag me so I can repost y’all crazy ass!”

Videos of the looting emerged online after an accomplice recorded the process on their phone. The footage shows petrified crowd members running in the background and looking for safety within the venue. However, it also sees fans swiftly grabbing Lil Durk merchandise before exiting.

Although authorities were called to the scene, the Chicago Police Department confirmed that it was a false alarm. Hip-hop outlet TMZ has reported there were no injuries or arrests made.

Durk is currently on tour with his eighth studio album, Almost Healed, which debuted at number three on the Billboard 200. The drill artist is set to continue his tour, with his next performance taking place at the Pine Knob Music Theatre in Michigan.