National Championship Week is upon us in college football, where the Georgia Bulldogs prepare to battle the Alabama Crimson Tide for the CFP title in Indianapolis on Monday. As part of the festival, the rapper was nominated for a Grammy Cat Doja perform at a free concert downtown. However, the show got off to a scary start.
Concertgoers were put on high alert when a man waiting in line for a first-come, first-served event reportedly began making bomb threats, as relayed by Indianapolis star. The man was eventually arrested and, after the incident, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department tweeted that no explosives were found on his person.
The IMPD further revealed that the man had an unrelated unpaid order, which led to his arrest.
So why did this person decide to issue bomb threats while he was waiting in line? Obviously, it’s not just an attempt to get in Cat Doja concerts a bit faster.
“One fan wanted to get in line first so he exercised very poor judgment and told people around him that he had a bomb in his backpack,” Deputy Head of Department Joshua Barker told. IndyStar via text message. “Someone did the right thing and warned IMPD. The backpack was clean. ”
Once deemed no threat, the crowd entered the venue and the “Planet Her” rapper was able to perform his choreography.
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