Musician Machine Gun Kelly reportedly got into a fight with a concertgoer while performing at the Louder Than Life Festival in Louisville, Kentucky, on Saturday, multiple sources reported.
Two fans reportedly jumped over a barrier to get closer to the singer, and one fan pushed MGK, according to the New York Post.
Videos surfaced showing an unidentified man in the crowd shoving the 31-year-old rapper and singer while he performed, the Post reported.
After being pushed, security guards intervened, and Machine Gun Kelly appeared to throw a punch at the concertgoers.
The video does not clearly show whether MGK made contact with the concertgoer, but the artist was able to perform the rest of the show.
He received other criticism throughout the remainder of the show.
In videos shared on social media, parts of the audience can be heard booing, yelling, “You suck,” and raising middle fingers in the direction of the stage, according to the Post.
After hearing the criticism, MGK could be heard saying, “Well, enjoy the rest of the concert.”
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He later dismissed reports of the crowd’s displeasure in a tweet.
“I don’t know why the media lies in their narrative against me all the time but all I saw was 20,000 amazing fans at the festival singing every word and 20 angry ones,” MGK said in the tweet.
i don’t know why the media lies in their narrative against me all the time but all i saw was 20,000 amazing fans at the festival singing every word and 20 angry ones. https://t.co/hcjJ3LCfKU
— blonde don (@machinegunkelly) September 26, 2021
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