J.I.D's Catch Me If You Can Tour is lit. Maybe a little too lit.

The Dreamville rapper's cross-country trek made a stop at Ithaca College in Ithaca, N.Y. on Saturday night (Feb. 9) and resulted in the venue having to be closed after the floor nearly buckled. Footage of the show is making rounds on the Internet. In one video, police are on stage telling unruly concertgoers they must leave, while the Atlanta rapper tries to get them to listen. Another clip shows police taking video of the ceiling rocking up and down like a wave.

The "Slick Talk" rapper boasted about how turnt the show was on Twitter posting, "We put cracks in the ceiling and almost broke the Floor at Ithaca tonight lmfao One for the books."

Early Sunday morning, the school announced two spaces on campus were closed, apparently due to damage caused by the rowdy concert. "Emerson Suites and IC Square are closed until further notice. The entire message to the campus community regarding the partial Campus Center closing can be found on Intercom," the message read, to which J.I.D responded, "Sorry Guys‍♂️."

Luckily, this didn't end up like the incident at South Carolina's Clemson University last October. In that case, a crowd of party-goers dancing to Chief Keef's "Faneto" caused the floor to buckle. The incident resulted in 30 people suffering from injuries.

Check out video from J.I.D's lit show at Ithaca College that caused the floor to crack and his response below.

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