A fan threw a phone at the popular singer's head and knocked her down: he was detained, and the star showed the consequences on her face

Fan threw phone at Bebe Rexha's head

At a concert of the famous American singer Bebe Rexha, there was an unpleasant incident. A fan in the middle of the performance threw a phone at the star, which hit her hard in the face and knocked her down.

The video was published on Twitter, and the arrest of the perpetrator was reported by journalists of E! News. It turned out to be a 27-year-old man, whose name was not disclosed (to see the photo and video, scroll to the end of the page).

The artist did not notice that the phone was flying at her and did not have time to dodge it. The gadget hit her eyebrow and split it open.

Bebe Rexha grabbed her head, stopped singing, and fell to her knees in pain. The team members who were watching the performance backstage ran out to help her. The concert had to stop.



It is reported that law enforcement officers detained the spectator the same evening. The artist also eventually got in touch to show the aftermath of the incident.



The footage shows that the phone split the singer's eyebrow and her face became very swollen. After the help of medics, the effects were less noticeable, but Bebe Rexha had a big bruise on her eye. She also had to get stitches.


Concerned fans of the celebrity showered her with messages of support, but the artist hastened to assure that she is fine.

Earlier OBOZREVATEL wrote that Russian singer Philip Kirkorov, who openly supports the terrorist war in Ukraine and Putin's regime, became a laughing stock on the network because of his stage image.

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