While the 29-year-old singer was performing at Fonda in Hollywood, a man jumped onto the stage and extended his arm to touch her. Inside videos captured by fansand according to comments from people attending the show, the security man struggled to distance himself from Max, but managed to slap his hand in Max’s face.
“He slapped me so hard it scratched the inside of my eye. The singer tweeted early Wednesday morning, adding two angry emojis. “Still, thank you fans for being amazing in LA tonight!”
Max gave strength and finished the last few seconds of his performance before leaving the room. Many concert attendees note that Max continued to meet and greet after the show, but it remains unclear whether he received medical attention or if the team took legal action. At the time of this article’s publication, a representative of Max did not immediately return. Variationcomment request.
The incident fueled a much broader conversation about concert etiquette after Rexha’s show over the weekend when a man threw his cell phone at the singer, leaving her bruised and stitched up. 27-year-old Nicolas Malvagna arrested and charged He was quoted as saying by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office for the crime he allegedly committed “because it would be funny”.
Max is touring the United States for the first time in support of the album “Diamonds & Dancefloors”, which features songs such as “Maybe You’re the Problem”, “Weapons” and “Dancing’s Done”. He’s scheduled to hit the Fillmore in San Francisco on June 22, and he has five more dates on the list.