Bebe Rexha Kicks Out Aggressive Fan In Norway

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 04: (FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Bebe Rexha attends the 66th GRAMMY Awards at Arena on February 04, 2024 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Lionel Hahn/Getty Images)

After sharing a threatening rant last week, the accomplished singer and songwriter, Bebe Rexha, executed that fiery energy to kick out a fan during her festival performance in Norway on Saturday (July 6). 

The 34-year-old “Me, Myself, & I” hitmaker ejected an aggressive audience member during her show, and it was all caught on tape. An unruly fan attempted to throw an object at her, prompting Rexha to halt her performance. A video of the incident quickly went viral on TikTok.

“If you hit me with something on stage, I’ll take you for everything you’ve done. Do not play with me right now,” Rexha shouted to the crowd. The audience cheered in support of Rexha’s firm stance and helped her identify the culprit.

“Which one?” she asked, urging fans to point out the offender. Once identified, she demanded, “Out! Get out! It’s done for you.” As security escorted the person away, Rexha encouraged the audience to bid farewell, and they chanted, “Bye bye!”

This incident was not an isolated one. Last summer, Rexha required stitches after an object was thrown at her during a New York City show. 

Performing at The Rooftop at Pier 17 in June 2023, she was hit in the face by a cell phone thrown by Nicolas Malvagna. The impact left her with a black eye and necessitated hospital treatment for multiple stitches. Malvagna was arrested and charged with assault but received 40 days of community service following a plea deal.

In another recent incident, Rexha was attacked by a concertgoer in Wisconsin who threw an object at her, forcing her to stop the show and call the police.

Beyond dealing with disruptive fans, Rexha has been vocal about her frustrations with the music industry. On July 2, she took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to express her grievances.

“I could bring down a big chunk of this industry. I am frustrated. I have been undermined,” she wrote. “I’ve been so quiet for the longest time. I haven’t seen the signs even though people constantly bring them up, and they have been so obvious. And when I have spoken up, I’ve been silenced and punished by this industry. Things must change, or I’m telling all my truths. The good, the bad, and the ugly.”