A huge stampede erupted at Barclays Center during a Future concert, according to reports.
Fans who attended the rapper's 'Nobody Safe' show posted on Twitter that the event at the venue in Brooklyn descended into chaos after a 'loud noise' was heard.
Fearing there were gun shots, concert-goers rushed from the stadium, causing a stampede.
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A huge stampede erupted at Barclays Center during a Future concert on Friday after a 'loud noise' caused fears of gunshots
Someone who was at the concert told DailyMail.com they barricaded themselves in a toilet stall when they heard the noise.
After about two minutes, a security officer ordered the crowd to leave.
'When I walked out I saw shoes and debris everywhere,' the person said.
Multiple reports have come in of bloody fans fleeing Barclays.
Another concert-goer told DailyMail.com he saw a girl and her boyfriend get trampled in the stampede, both bleeding profusely.
It is not yet known if there were any injuries.
A statement released from Barclays Center at 11:38pm stated: 'There were no gunshots tonight inside the arena. A loud noise during load out caused concern while fans exited the venue. Get home safely.'
The NYPD told DailyMail.com that they're currently investigating.
Fans were filing to exit the stadium concert when a 'loud noise ' rang out
Several concert-goers says they heard screams, which resulted in a stampede as people rushed to exit the venue
Reports came in from those who attended the concert of bloody fans fleeing the stadium