Asake, a Nigerian singer on the rise, has publicly apologized to his fans who were hurt after a break-in at his Thursday show in London, England.
Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, has also voiced his concern and sadness for the event that occurred at the O2 Academy Brixton.
Asake was reportedly forced to abandon his sold-out event at the O2 Academy Brixton after groups of fans entered the venue without tickets, resulting in the hospitalization of eight individuals.
The Nzaza singerYBNL star wrote on his Instagram page on Friday that he has not yet received all the details on what prompted the disturbance at the Brixton Academy’s gate.
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He apologized to the audience members who missed the conclusion of his performance, as well as to the eight additional victims who were transported to the hospital.
My heart is with those who were injured last night and caused any form of discomfort. I pray you get well soonest. I am also in the process of reaching out to individuals.
“I still do not have the full brief from the venue, and management themselves as to what led to the disruption at the entrance of the Brixton Academy.
“But we were thankful all was peaceful at the end.”
Khan’s response was as follows: “My thoughts are with all those affected by the awful incident at Brixton Academy. Eight people were taken to the hospital, with four in critical condition.”
“An urgent investigation is underway and I remain in close contact with the Met Commissioner since last night. I’m heartbroken that this could happen to young Londoners enjoying a night out in our city and urge anyone with any information to contact the police on 101.
“I won’t rest until we have the answers their loved ones and the local community need and deserve,” London Mayor added.
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