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Bebe Rexha boots fan for hurling object at her 1 year after phone-throwing incident left her with black eye




Bebe Rexha isn’t playing Games.

While performing “I’m Good (Blue)” during a concert in Green Bay, Wisconsin, over the weekend, the singer abruptly stopped her show after someone in the crowd flung an object in her direction.

Rexha – who previously documented her black eye after someone chucked their phone at her mid-concert nearly a year ago – booted the male fan from the venue.

“Let’s stop the music. Let’s get this guy out,” Rexha said into the microphone, according to a video obtained by TMZ. “He’s ruining the show for everyone. We gotta not do this again.”

Bebe Rexha on stage.
Bebe Rexha had police remove a fan from her concert in Wisconsin over the weekend – nearly one year after she was left with a black eye from a similar incident. WireImage
Bebe Rexha performing in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Rexha was captured on video stopping her show in Wisconsin after a fan threw an object at her. donavanrose/TikTok
Bebe Rexha performing in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
“Let’s stop the music. Let’s get this guy out,” she told the audience before the assailant was removed. donavanrose/TikTok

Rexha told the audience that the police had to be called to remove the rude attendee.

“It didn’t have to go that far, you know what I’m talking about?” she said, before adding to the other fans, “Like, I love you. I’m sorry, I’m sorry guys.”

According to another video on social media, Rexha told the disrupter, “If you want to hit me in the face, I had them press charges on the other guy. I would love to become richer!”

Bebe Rexha on stage in California.
“If you want to hit me in the face, I had them press charges on the other guy. I would love to become richer!” she joked. Getty Images
Bebe Rexha on stage in California.
Rexha apologized to her fans for the interruption and started her song from the top. FilmMagic

A fan on the scene claimed that there were several other people in the crowd throwing objects on stage and that they were all booted from the area, though that has yet to be confirmed.

Due to the interruption, Rexha promised her fans that she would sing her famous hit with David Guetta “from the top.”

“I didn’t come out all the way over here to not do that song right,” she said. “We’re doing it from the top, are you guys OK with that?”

Bebe Rexha with a black eye.
Last year, the pop star got a black eye after a fan threw a phone at her face. Bebe Rexha/instagram
Bebe Rexha with a black eye.
She had to be bandaged up and shared photos of her injury on social media. beberexha/Instagram
Bebe Rexha with a black eye.
A New Jersey man was arrested and charged with assault over the ordeal. beberexha/instagram

This isn’t the first time Rexha has encountered this kind of behavior from an unruly audience member.

Last June, the pop star sustained a massive shiner and needed medical attention after an agitator catapulted a phone at her head during her show in New York City. The perp, Nicolas Malvagna of Manalapan, NJ, was arrested and charged with assault.

Several other stars have also had to deal with fans throwing objects at them during a live show.

Bebe Rexha performing on stage.
Rexha isn’t the only singer to slam a fan for throwing an object on stage. FilmMagic
Bebe Rexha in a leather jacket.
Other stars that had objects thrown at them by fans include Drake, Nick Jonas, Pink and Cardi B. Bebe Rexha / Instagram

Drake slammed a fan for throwing a vape on stage during his Brooklyn show last July and Pink was shocked when a concertgoer tossed their mother’s ashes at her during a performance in London last June.

That same month, Kelsea Ballerini was struck by an object during her show in Boise, Idaho, while Cardi B chucked a microphone at a fan who threw a drink at her during a Las Vegas concert in July 2023.

Nick Jonas also scolded fans for throwing bracelets at him during his Jonas Brothers concert in Sacramento, Calif., in November 2023. Meanwhile, Luke Bryan fell in April after slipping on a fan’s cell phone that had been thrown on stage during his performance in Vancouver.