Rico Nasty Nearly Confronts Someone Who Threw A Bottle At Her During A Concert

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  • Rico Nasty Nearly Confronts Someone Who Threw A Bottle At Her During A Concert
    POSTED Nov 15 2021

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    Rico Nasty, Photo by FilmMagic/FilmMagic for Outside Lands

    Recently Rico Nasty hasn’t had the best time at shows. The musician is currently serving as an opening act on Playboi Carti’s Narcissist Tour, but concertgoers haven’t been treating her well.

    The most recent example occurred at a Portland, Oregon show, after someone allegedly threw a bottle at Rico. She quickly paused the show and said, “Who, b*tch?” while looking into the crowd for the culprit. “Be specific […] who was it? Who the f*ck was it? Who the f*ck was it? Where they going? Somebody come get this.”

    Rico then jumped off the stage and attempted to climb into the crowd before she was pulled away by a member of her team.

    This latest incident comes after Rico expressed her displeasure after she was booed during her performance in Los Angeles earlier this month. “This is what the f*ck we gon’ do for you disrespectful muthaf*ckers out there,” she said to concertgoers at the show. “B*tch, we gon’ sit in muthaf*ckin silence! Don’t you f*cking play! What you think this is, b*tch? It’s not that.”

    A score of fellow rappers have come to her defense, echoing that it's never okay to boo or throw things at a headliner's support act, no matter how much you're keen to see the headliner. Metro Boomin, Amine, Kenny Beats, Doja Cat and more have voiced their support for Rico - a truly innovative and exciting addition to the rap scene.

    For the full article, head to Uproxx.

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Submitted by Uppy.Chatterjee on Mon, 15/11/2021 - 11:19

Rico Nasty
Rico Nasty, Photo by FilmMagic/FilmMagic for Outside Lands

Recently Rico Nasty hasn’t had the best time at shows. The musician is currently serving as an opening act on Playboi Carti’s Narcissist Tour, but concertgoers haven’t been treating her well.

The most recent example occurred at a Portland, Oregon show, after someone allegedly threw a bottle at Rico. She quickly paused the show and said, “Who, b*tch?” while looking into the crowd for the culprit. “Be specific […] who was it? Who the f*ck was it? Who the f*ck was it? Where they going? Somebody come get this.”

Rico then jumped off the stage and attempted to climb into the crowd before she was pulled away by a member of her team.

This latest incident comes after Rico expressed her displeasure after she was booed during her performance in Los Angeles earlier this month. “This is what the f*ck we gon’ do for you disrespectful muthaf*ckers out there,” she said to concertgoers at the show. “B*tch, we gon’ sit in muthaf*ckin silence! Don’t you f*cking play! What you think this is, b*tch? It’s not that.”

A score of fellow rappers have come to her defense, echoing that it's never okay to boo or throw things at a headliner's support act, no matter how much you're keen to see the headliner. Metro Boomin, Amine, Kenny Beats, Doja Cat and more have voiced their support for Rico - a truly innovative and exciting addition to the rap scene.

For the full article, head to Uproxx.

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