Madison Beer stops its BottleRock festival performance abruptly after & # 39; gun scare & # 39; in the crowd
- Singer stopped performing the rendition of Radiohead & # 39; s Creep in the midst of an incident
- Man was & # 39; removed from the terrain & # 39; amid alarming incidents
- Police said no one was injured during & # 39; a minor nuisance & # 39; at the Napa Valley festival
- Her mother Tracie wrote an emotional post on Instagram about the fears she has as a parent
Madison Beer stopped her Saturday appearance at the BottleRock festival in Napa Valley, California, because police said there was a & # 39; nuisance & # 39; nuisance during her set. performed in the crowd.
The 20-year-old singer was playing the Radiohead classic Creep when she abruptly stopped her set and wondered aloud what was happening in the crowd.
& # 39; What's wrong, yo, yo … what's wrong? Make a backup, everyone makes a backup, & said the Long Island, New York native in a video recorded by a concert visitor and then posted on social media.
The latest: Madison Beer, 20, stopped her Saturday show at the BottleRock festival in Napa Valley, California, because police said there was & # 39; a minor disruption & # 39; performed in the crowd during her set
Police told in Napa U.S that & # 39; a minor outage & # 39; in the crowd at the festival during Beer & # 39; s at the Bai Stage of the festival & # 39; at 5:45 pm, but no weapon was involved and no one was injured.
& # 39; The man who caused the outage was removed from the site, there was no threat to the community. & # 39;
The mother of the Unbreakable artist Tracie wrote an emotional post on Instagram about the fears that she harbores as a parent who lives in a time of mass shootings.
Those tragedies included the Ariana Grande show in Manchester, England at the Manchester Arena on May 22, 2017, killing 22 people and injuring more than 800 others; and the recordings of Las Vegas at the Route 91 Harvest Festival where 58 people were killed and another 515 injured on October 1, 2017.
Alert: the 20-year-old singer was playing the Radiohead classic Creep when she abruptly stopped her set and wondered aloud what was happening in the crowd
Ruckus: In the midst of the turmoil in the crowd, Beer told concert goers: & # 39; what's going on, yo, yo … what's going on? & # 39;
& # 39; As a parent you only want to protect your children & # 39 ;, Tracie said. & # 39; It is so disturbing to me that the world we live in has made us feel that we should always be aware of our environment. & # 39;
Tracie continued: & # 39; Looking over your shoulder in public places, such as a concert where you want to feel free & stuffy with the worries of life seems so sad to me … but this is the world we live in unfortunately.
& # 39; I wish there was a bubble that I could place around my children to protect them. Last night, shock was really disturbing and disturbing. My thoughts, pray and love everyone who was in the crowd. & # 39;
Worried: the mother of the Unbreakable artist Tracie wrote an emotional post on Instagram about the fears she harbores as a parent who lives in a time of massive shootings
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