Bebe Rexha Shuts Down Item Throwing By Concertgoer


Bebe Rexha is not about to let thunder strike in the same place twice, as her concerts have a new rule — don’t throw stuff on stage!

The “Meant to Be” singer is well known for her powerful vocals; however, she cannot perform music while avoiding dangerous projectiles from the crowd. She recently put her foot down at a show, kicking fans out for ruining her gig.

Bebe Rexha has good reason to be furious, as she got seriously hurt in 2023 after getting hit with a phone thrown by a concertgoer.

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Bebe Rexha Boots Fans Out For Allegedly Throwing Things On Stage


Over the weekend, Bebe Rexha was performing at the Green Bay in Wisconsin, having a blast with the crowd until she suddenly stopped the show to boot a man out.

She called out the fan for allegedly throwing stuff at her and ruining her performance, asking security to escort him out of the venue. A clip of the altercation captured a furious Bebe Rexha, who stressed that the man’s actions forced her hand.

Eyewitnesses claimed the male fan wasn’t the only scapegoat as the singer allegedly kicked out ten people for the same offense, each not learning from the previous offender’s mistakes.

In the clip shared by TMZ, Bebe Rexha reminded fans of her viral 2023 incident, saying: “If you want to hit me in the face, I had them press charges on the other guy. I would love to become richer!”

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Bebe Rexha Didn’t Sue The Person Who Hit Her With A Phone

Following her bold lawsuit threat, the crowd erupted in cheers. However, Bebe Rexha swiftly clarified her words were a joke as she never sued the fan who hit her in the face with a phone.

Nonetheless, she warned concertgoers that she wasn’t up to getting hit no matter the payout.

The 2023 incident, as reported by The Blast, occurred at the 13th show of Bebe Rexha’s tour in New York City. A day before the show, the singer expressed joy over her tour’s success, writing:

“Not trying to be corny, but I’m definitely having the best f–king tour of my life. Seeing your faces every night just makes me happy, and my heart is so full. Alsooooo, I’m Good is 6X platinum in Canada. Blessed.”

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Unfortunately, she went from having the best time to going viral for the heartbreaking moment the phone struck her face. In the clip, Bebe Rexha looked shell-shocked before falling to her knees in agony as concerned crew members rushed to help.

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The ‘I’m Good’ Singer Required Stitches

According to a report, Bebe Rexha’s mom, Bukurije Rexha, confirmed she received stitches for her injuries. Meanwhile, eagle-eyed fan at the concert and those on the internet used their detective skills to track down the alleged culprit.

Photos of a man at the show went viral on social media platforms like X, with many bashing him for hurting the singer. The perpetrator was identified as Nicolas Malvagna after security caught him and handed him to the authorities.

NYPD reportedly booked Malvagna on assault charges before his case was upgraded to a felony because the phone he threw at Bebe Rexha was classified as a weapon.

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Bebe Rexha Got Vulnerable About Her Red Carpet Anxiety

Bebe Rexha poses on the red carpet at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards

In September 2023, a few months after the phone incident, The Blast reported that Bebe Rexha was anxious about her appearance at the VMAs. She opened up about the issue on TikTok, revealing she was nervous about possible criticisms.

“I know that the criticism comes with the territory, so I am all good with that. I mean, sometimes it does get to me. I am human,” Bebe Rexha confessed, adding:

“But I wanted just to talk about this because I meet a lot of and a lot of times they’ll be like, ‘Oh my god, I love how you’re all about positivity and confident.’ Let me tell you, right now, I’m not feeling so confident.”

The Billboard Chart-topper Was Conscious About Her Weight

Bebe Rexha explained that despite her positive and confident image, she battled anxiety and stress because of her weight. She noted that her body image made her nervous to show herself on the red carpet.

“I am so anxious and stressed about going on the red carpet and, I guess, people talking about my weight. ‘Cause I’m not really loving myself right now. I’m not really feeling like the bad b*tch that I usually am,” the singer confessed.

This wasn’t the first time Bebe Rexha had addressed her weight, as she implored fans in June 2023 to stop discussing her weight. She noted her recent figure was a result of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and expressed her frustration on X, writing:

“I know I got fat. I’m just so sick of people talking about it. NEXT!!!!!!”

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