The Weeknd shock: Angelina Jolie’s rumored boyfriend literally sets Las Vegas concert on fire

the-weeknd-shock-angelina-jolies-rumored-boyfriend-literally-sets-las-vegas-concert-on-fire PARIS, FRANCE - NOVEMBER 30: Weeknd performs during the runway at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on November 30, 2016 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret)

The Weeknd’s concert in Las Vegas was “lit” after a massive fire broke out outside the venue last Saturday night. Fortunately, the concert has concluded and the majority of the audience has dispersed.

Authorities have yet to respond to the incident, and fans have obtained additional footage of the blazing fire.

Fortunately, neither fans nor Abel were injured by the fire, but it appears that the fire scorched one important “After Hours Till Dawn” asset.

According to Fox News, which broke the story first, the Allegiant Stadium in Sin City Las Vegas caught fire as fans were leaving for The Weeknd’s “After Hours Till Dawn” concert.

After responding around 11:00 p.m., fire officials were able to quickly extinguish the fire. this Saturday

Despite the fact that no fans were injured in the fire, video reports on social media indicate that the fire started on a trailer truck.

Later, it was revealed that The Weeknd’s “After Hours Till Dawn” merchandise truck caught fire in the parking lot of Allegiant Stadium, according to Variety.

The entire truck was scorched to the drunk, as seen in videos, leaving almost no salvageable limited edition merchandise from the multi-platinum singer.

As of this writing, no information on what or who started the fire has been released on social media. More information has yet to be released by the Clark County Fire Department, the Las Vegas Fire Department, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, and Allegiant Stadium.

Meanwhile, The Weeknd shared photos from his Las Vegas concert on Instagram, but there was no mention of the blazing merchandise truck or assurance to his fans.

Fans who shared the videos on Twitter made light of the coincidence between the fire and The Weeknd’s concert.

A fan shared on Twitter:

“I guess The Weeknd set the place on fire! #AllegiantStadium #theweekndconcert”

The Weeknd also shared a teaser for his highly anticipated HBO series “The Idol” during the sold-out show.

Among the cast members are Lily Rose-Depp, Blackpink’s Jennie Kim, Troye Sivan, Jane Adams, Dan Levy, Jennie Ruby Jane, Eli Roth, and Rachel Sennott.

The release date for “The Idol” has yet to be announced, but the teaser indicates that the series will be “coming soon.”