West Coast rapper Game appears to be taking after his “Wouldn’t Get Far” collaborator Kanye West‘s recent actions by going at a fan for tossing a bottle on-stage during his Oslo, Norway concert this week.
Details of Tuesday’s night’s altercation began circulating online after footage landed onto YouTube.
The Game’s Norway concert came to a screeching halt last night — when the rapper dodged a flying bottle … and then went into the crowd to FIGHT the moronic perpetrator. Before he jumped off the stage … Game warned the person, “Next time you throw something, I’m just gonna ask someone next to you who threw it and we gon’ jump over there and f*ck you up.” (TMZ)
The rapper proceeded to hop off the stage and confront the fan face-to-face.
The crowd cheered, but it wasn’t over. The “California Dream” rapper jumped offstage and went straight to the perpetrator, threatening to fight him at that very moment. It didn’t look like anything happened, and The Game returned on stage and said, “You ain’t so tough now, boy,” and ended the surprise altercation with, “Hey, don’t throw s–t at me, man. Hey, Westside n—a, lesson learned.” (E! Online)
Earlier this week, Kanye West got into an altercation after a fan threw business cards onto the stage in Washington.
The rapper stopped the show for almost 2 minutes to find who the culprit was. “Who’s business card is this?”, he started. “I see it come from that direction, so all four of them got to go. Unless one person raises their hand and says, ‘I’m the one who did it’, all that whole section got to go,” he continued. “These cubes going 20 feet in the air”, referring to their elaborate stage set up. “We risking our lives up here. You can’t go throwing sh*t that we gonna slip on.” The business card thrower was then spotted and reportedly escorted from the venue by security. (ABC Online)
Last year, G.O.O.D. Music’s Kid Cudi was attacked during an Ohio performance.
During a concert in Ohio on Thursday (July 23), a crazed fan jumped on stage during Cudi’s performance of ‘Pursuit of Happiness,’ temporarily disrupting the show. Security guards were quick to remove the intruder from the stage, but the Cleveland-born rapper wasted no time fighting his way off the stage to confront the fan. Thankfully, this time security guards were able to restrain the G.O.O.D. Music rapper before things got too ugly and eventually he returned to the stage to finish his performance. (The Boom Box)
Check out the Game incident below: