November 30, 2023
The DMV came out of singer Ari Lennox after a fan threw a water bottle on stage during a recent performance.
Lennox was performing an opening set on Rod Wave’s “Nostalgia” tour in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Nov. 29, and gave an empowering speech before going into her hit song “Pressure.” But just as she started singing the song, a water bottle flew past her face and struck her in the arm, TMZ reports.
The incident garnered an enraged response from the DC native who immediately started cussing out the culprit.
She pointed in the direction the bottle came from and continued her rant.
“Who the f*** did it?! I’ll f*** your a** up,” she shouted in the microphone as security joined her on stage to find the culprit.
“I’m a real a** b**** and I will f*** your s*** all the way up.”
“Don’t you ever disrespect a beautiful Black woman on a fu***ng stage like that I will f*** your a** up,” she added.
Security escorted Lennox off the stage before the encounter continued to escalate. There’s no word if the rowdy fan was removed from the venue.
Lennox is the latest performer to get attacked by a thrown object during a live show. Drake was lucky enough to catch the book thrown at him during his “It’s All A Blur” tour. But singer Bebe Rexha was badly injured after a fan threw a cell phone at her during the New York City stop of her Best F*n Night of My Life Tour in June.
In July, Cardi B faced battery charges after throwing her microphone at a fan who threw a cup of water during her performance in Las Vegas. Concertgoers have been facing criticism for the item-hurling antics that have increased over the last year.
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