no concert is worth dying for

 

I can honestly say there could be worst ways to die .....that's not  a baddie.....but  if i am going to die at a  concert...... is  has to better than the weekends,,,,,,,,he is  an  auto toner .....not that great  he is  popular because .......most people  do not  get good  music ......now  dying at a  decent  epic concert ....... might be better .......it would have to be an epic  rock band ........ say like  alice  cooper....... or  iron maiden  ....or metallica ....... or  similar but the weekend........  an auto tuner  rapper......   he say he is a  rapper ......... but he loves  to do stupid  shit like  bandage his face .....but all these people love attention ....good or  bad..........RIP HUGO...........at least you never died a boring death .......you went in style ..........




Man Who Died In Horrific Accident At The Weeknd Concert Identified

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    The Weeknd
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The Weeknd performs during the 2022 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April. (Photo: Amy Sussman via Getty Images)
The Weeknd performs during the 2022 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April. (Photo: Amy Sussman via Getty Images)

The Weeknd performs during the 2022 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April. (Photo: Amy Sussman via Getty Images)

A fun night out turned tragic for one Philadelphia man. 

Hugo Sanchez, 32, was sitting on an escalator rail at Lincoln Financial Field during a The Weeknd concert last Thursday when things took a terrible turn around 11 p.m., the Philadelphia Police Department told local news channel WPVI.

Authorities say Sanchez lost his balance and plunged approximately 40 feet to his death. He was rushed to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. 

Police told The Philadelphia Inquirer that no foul play is suspected, and the fall appears to be an accident.

HuffPost has reached out to The Weeknd and the Lincoln Financial Field for comment, but did not receive an immediate response.

“Hugo was an awesome person. He’d love to travel. He was a good friend,” Sanchez’s friend, Jammal Ransom, told WPVI.

Sanchez was born in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, on April 24, 1990, according to his obituary.

“Hugo was a positive person who enjoyed traveling, hiking, concerts, beaches and spending time with family and friends,” his obituary reads. “Hugo had a contagious smile and the biggest heart. Hugo leaves behind a legacy of love for his family and life.”

Sanchez worked at The Rothenberg Law Firm in Philadelphia, and was considered “a rising star” at the firm, his employer Marc J. Rothenberg told People in a statement.

The firm described him as “brilliant, ambitious, dedicated, and above all, loved and admired by all of his family, friends, co-workers and clients.”


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