A third person has passed away following a stampede at a GloRilla concert in Rochester, New York on Sunday, as reported by Associated Press. As The Shade Room previously reported, the show took place at the Rochester Main Street Armory.
According to Associated Press, a thirty-five-year-old woman named Aisha Stephens passed away on Wednesday night. The woman was one of three persons who sustained critical injuries following a stampede at the venue Sunday night.
Stephens was reportedly a Rochester resident.
On Wednesday, the city of Rochester revoked the venue’s entertainment license, as the investigation into the incident continues. Additionally, the outlet states that the venue’s owner” has not responded to numerous emailed requests for comment.”
Due to this, the venue has been shut down and authorities are reportedly “inspecting the building and reviewing photos and video from the concert to determine if there were any violations.”
As The Shade Room previously reported, a second Rochester woman — now identified as Brandy Miller, 35 — passed away Monday night.
Miller’s death was preceded by the passing of Rhondesia Belton, 33. Additionally, the Associated Press reports that the woman was a Buffalo resident.
As The Shade Room previously reported, GloRilla fans in Rochester, New York arrived at the Rochester venue on Sunday to see the star alongside rapper Finesse2tymes. However, during the concert attendees reportedly heard shots of gunfire and began to rush toward the exit.
Rochester Police Chief David M. Smith later revealed that authorities did not find “any evidence of gunshots being fired.” Additionally, Smith revealed that there was no evidence “of anyone being shot or stabbed at the scene.”
GloRilla hopped on Twitter hours after the stampede to share that she was praying for everyone to be okay.
However, after the rapper learned of Rhondesia Belton and Brandy Miller’s deaths following the stampede, she returned to the platform to share an additional message.
GloRilla has not taken back to Twitter to share another message since the news of the third woman, Aisha Stephens’, death.