Bebe Rexha kicks out crowd member who tried to throw object at her: “Get the fuck out!” 

Bebe Rexha has kicked a crowd member out of her show for trying to throw an object at her while she performed on stage. Find footage of the moment below.

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The incident took place at one of the singer’s recent live shows, when she stopped mid-performance to confront an audience member.

It isn’t fully clear yet what the member of the crowd was looking to throw at her, or whether any object had actually been thrown before the singer confronted them and forced them to leave the set.

In fan-captured footage though, Rexha is seen shouting at someone in the audience and calling upon other onlookers to help her and security at the venue identify the person responsible. “If you hit me with something on stage I’ll take you for everything you’ve fucking done,” she said.

“Do not fucking play with me right now. Out, get the fuck out,” she added, also telling the crowd to “point to the person” causing havoc and asking them to say goodbye to them as security escorted them out.

Bebe Rexha kicks out an audience member after they attempted to throw an object at her during her performance:

“If you hit me with something on stage i'll take you for everything you've f***ing done. do not f***ing play with me right now. Out, get the f**k out.” pic.twitter.com/fugjl8u6Ak

— Pop Base (@PopBase) July 7, 2024

The issue of fans throwing objects at the pop singer has become a worrying trend over the past year.

Last Summer, for instance, Rexha was struck in the face with a mobile phone during a show in New York City. It was later confirmed that she had suffered an eye injury as a result and was taken to hospital to get stitches.

Shortly afterwards, she posted a photo on Instagram of her left eye looking swollen and bruised, with a cut just below her eyebrow.

At the time, the NYPD confirmed that Nicolas Malvagna from Manalapan, New Jersey was arrested and charged with felony assault for hitting Rexha with the phone. They also reported that Malvagna told police he thought “it would be funny” to strike the pop star.

He was officially charged with two counts of third-degree assault, one count of second-degree harassment, one count of second-degree aggravated harassment and one count of third-degree attempted assault. Recently, he agreed to a deal to have his charges dismissed if he completes 40 days of community service and follows an order of protection for six months.

Two days after the assault, the New Yorker alluded to the incident while performing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, stating:  “Just no phones on my face tonight, please, I beg of you.”

Unfortunately, the issue has continued into 2024 and the singer had to confront someone for throwing objects at her as recently as last month.

Bebe Rexha had to stop her performance in Green Bay after items were thrown from the crowd. The pop star instructed police to remove multiple audience members. This comes about a year after she was hit in the face with a phone at a show in NYC.

: thedonavanrose/TMX pic.twitter.com/21TGWwVvGp

— ExtraTV (@extratv) June 4, 2024

While performing in Wisconsin, she again kicked a member of the crowd out of the show for pelting her while onstage. She stopped singing ‘I’m Good (Blue)’ – her Grammy Award-winning collaboration with David Guetta – to shed light on what was happening.

“Out… or if you want to hit me in the face, I pressed charges to the other guy – I would love to become richer. So go right ahead, honey.” She quickly added: “I’m not inviting that, please, I’m just joking. It was a joke.”

“Let’s stop the music. Let’s get the guy out. He’s ruining it for everyone,” she added. “I’m not having this again. Like the police had to come, it didn’t have to get there. It didn’t have to go that far. I love you. I’m sorry, guys.”

Bebe Rexha is one of many artists who have fallen victim to an ongoing trend that has seen gig-goers attempt to get performers’ attention by throwing items. Other names to have been affected by this dangerous behaviour include Harry Styles, Lil Nas X, Drake, Cardi B and Pink.

Earlier this summer, SZA hit out at fans during a live show in Australia after some crowd members allegedly threw items at the singer. She threatened to cancel the remainder of the set if the behaviour continued.

So far, the likes of Billie Eilish, Adele, Corey Taylor and Taylor Swift have urged fans to stop participating in the trend. The latter singer said there should be “gentle, healthy boundaries” between the artist and their audiences.

“It really freaks me out when stuff gets thrown on the stage,” she explained. “Because if it’s on the stage then a dancer can trip on it.”

Eilish had previously said: “It’s absolutely infuriating when you’re up there. You’re in a vulnerable position.”

In another instance last year, two of Beyoncé’s backing dancers confronted a fan who threw an object on stage during a concert. Elsewhere, someone threw a bag of their mother’s ashes on stage at one of Pink’s gigs at BST Hyde Park 2023, where she was also handed a giant wheel of brie.

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