A concert for the rap group Migos turned violent Friday Six people were stabbed during a rolling brawl at a Migos concert in Albany, where another was beaten and robbed inside a bathroom, in with concertgoers throwing trash cans while fighting authorities said.
Albany PD officials tell us the multiple stabbings and one robbery all went down at the Washington Avenue Armory during, and after, the concert.
We’re told cops arrived on scene for a stabbing call around 12:50 AM and found two victims both were hospitalized. Minutes later victims 3 and 4 came into the ER.
Less than hour later, cops went to a home over a report of a stabbing and found victims 5 and 6.
A 19-year-old woman also called police to say she was attacked by six people inside a bathroom at the Armory and had her purse stolen. They punched and kicked her, she said.
The group is known for their hits “Versace” and “Fight Night.”
Videos taken at the venue show a large fight with objects being thrown into the crowd and a mob spilling down a flight of stairs to kick and beat a victim on the ground.
“Somebody pick this man up” and “chill” were some of the audible pleas voiced by witnesses in one of the profanity–laced videos. The suspects scattered as the fight was broken up.
The stabbing victims are four men, ages 21, 22, 23 and 28 and two teens, ages 16 and 17.
All the victims had non-life threatening injuries. Cops don’t have a suspect but they’re investigating.