Steve Lacy has a dangerous behavior, and it’s not destroying different individuals’s property.
The rising star had a second on stage Monday night time (Oct. 24) in New Orleans when, throughout a efficiency of his breakout hit “Dangerous Behavior,” he demolished a spectator’s disposable digital camera.
In fan-filmed footage doing the rounds on social media, Lacy is hit by a digital camera, tossed by somebody close to the entrance of stage.
A second later, an outreached hand passes Lacy a disposable digital camera — it’s unclear if it’s the identical object that hit the singer — which he promptly smashes.
Quickly after, Lacy reportedly wrapped his present early at Orpheum Theater.
Social media customers have weighed in, some in assist of the 24-year-old singer and his dramatic departure, others claiming he overreacted.
Now, Lacy has shared his ideas. Briefly, he has nothing to apologize for.
Writing on Instagram, Lacy feedback, “My reveals been enjoyable as hell! shoutout to the individuals not throwing disposable cameras at me and simply coming to catch a vibe and join. I had a extremely good time in nola final night time. I hate that the fantastic thing about the connection I’ve with so many individuals within the crowd-gets misplaced when one thing damaging occurs.”
He provides, “I don’t consider I owe anybody an apology – possibly I may’ve reacted higher? Positive. At all times. I’m a pupil of life. However I’m an actual individual with actual emotions and actual reactions.”
Throwing projectiles at performing artists hardly ever ends properly. “I’m not a product or a robotic. I’m human,” Lacy continues. “I’ll proceed to provide my all at these reveals. please include respect for urself and others please thanks love u.”
Lacy was elevated to the massive league with “Dangerous Behavior,” which spent three weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Scorching 100 chart earlier this yr.
Lifted from the highest 10 album Gemini Rights, “Dangerous Behavior” bagged one other milestone by coming the primary music ever to concurrently high Billboard’s Scorching R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, Scorching R&B Songs, Scorching Rock & Different Songs, Scorching Rock Songs and Scorching Different Songs charts.