This generation’s songbird, a.k.a. Swae Lee of Rae Sremmurd, ended up dazed, blazed and (thanks to one shameful fan) busted on stage at the Starplex Pavilion in Dallas over the weekend while co-headlining for Wiz Khalifa’s Dazed & Blazed Tour.
And all at the hands, or phone, rather, of an overzealous crowd goer who flung her mobile device at him causing a painfully bloody injury that split his lip open, which he exposed in front of the entire arena crowd. According to the “Chun-Swae” artist, she might have even caused major damage to his tooth as well.
According to him, the fan threw the phone with the force of a baseball, and he scolded her for throwing objects on the stage in the first place while he was trying to put on a show for the rest of the fans. “You just f**ked up my face, bro!” he raged. “On my mama, you got me up here looking f**ked up!”
He then asked the camera crew at the arena to zoom in on his face to show the damage she’d done, showing blood leaking down from his mouth where the phone hit. Understandably so, Swae cut the performance short and headed backstage.
TMZ reports that eyewitnesses from the crowd said that it had to have been that or a wallet, because it had an ID inside, which Swae eventually spotted and read aloud in an attempt to spot the phone-hurling culprit. His brother and group partner, Slim Jxmmi, attempted to dissolve the situation by pulling Swae away and taking him backstage. Unfortunately, Swae was already at his boiling point and ended up making his way back to the crowd, though.
And he’ll definitely be suing should he find out who the perp was, he announced in the video. On the right side of his mouth, viewers can see a bloody, bulging laceration before he films himself in the car on the way to the hospital.
“I ain’t never thought I would have to sue a fan,” he said. “I’m about to sue a fan.” Thankfully, all of his teeth still seem to be intact. But even we cringed at the painful slash he showed off from his hospital bed.
Wishing you a speedy recovery, Swae!
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