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Dua Lipa issues statement on unauthorized firecrackers at Toronto show – Billboard

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dua lipa Her Toronto concert on Wednesday night (July 27) is officially spoken of after unidentified attendees set off a series of fireworks, resulting in minor injuries to three concertgoers, according to local report.

“Last night, during my set in Toronto, there was an unauthorized fireworks display in the crowd,” Lipa wrote in a statement. via her instagram stories Thursday (July 28). “Creating a safe and inclusive space on my show is always my top priority, and my team and I are as shocked and confused by the events as you are all.”

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The “Levitating” singer assured that an investigation is underway to get answers. Lipa concluded, “Bringing this show to life for my fans has been an amazing experience, and I am deeply sorry for anyone who was scared, feeling insecure or who enjoyed the show in any way.” Was impressed,” concluded Lipa.

In several fan-captured videos of the incident, fireworks were seen detonating on the floor of the Scotiabank Arena and fans fled the scene and towards seating areas for cover. Lipa did not notice at that time thanking her dancers before the conclusion of the show.

Police confirmed to Toronto News Network citynews That they received a call at 11:40 p.m. local time regarding fireworks, which they are now investigating. Police also revealed that three concerts with minor injuries were treated onsite.

Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment had earlier shared a statement about the incident with CityNews. “Last night, at the end of a concert at the Scotiabank Arena, unauthorized and illegal fireworks were set off on the arena floor by a member of the audience. As a result, three attendees received little assistance on site and were in need of further medical attention. “As one of the premier locations in North America, creating a safe and secure space for every attendee at Scotiabank Arena is MLSE’s top priority and we immediately addressed this carefree and began working in collaboration with the Toronto Police Services to fully investigate the dangerous act.”



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