Bebe Rexha was led out of the building while holding her hands to her face and seemed to be in pain
After being struck in the head by a phone that a fan had thrown at a concert on Sunday, pop star Bebe Rexha had to be carried off the stage.
The projectile impacted the side of the star’s head as she was giving a performance in New York, causing her to fall to her knees.
Later, she was led out of the building while holding her hands to her face and seemed to be in pain.
Fans shouting “that’s assault” could be heard as security pulled a man from the crowd in a video that was shared online.
The singer is known for songs like I’m Good (Blue) and Meant to Be, but she hasn’t spoken out about the situation yet.
Website for gossip According to her mother, who was mentioned by Pop Base, the celebrity sought medical attention and required three sutures.
The celebrity was wrapping up her performance at Pier 17 in New York when the tragedy happened.
An impassioned fan from El Salvador sang I’m Gonna Show You Crazy while she played an impromptu version of Seasons in response to an earlier audience request.
Attending fans voiced their shock at the show’s conclusion.
Fans are in shock for what happened at the concert. A fan wrote on Twitter, “I’m still in shock two hours later. I saw something fly and hit her. I thought it was a CD or a paper until I saw her drop.”
Another fan wrote, “People really dressed up and were in a good mood that they were going to a concert but this old man ruined everything.”
Another fan commented, “Super unsettling ending to an otherwise great show, “I hope she’s okay.”
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