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Kevin Gates doesn’t get tired of shocking fans on Instagram and he doesn’t have a problem hitting them either. The Louisiana rhymer fought two female fans at a show recently and it was all caught on video.
TMZ has the footage and it’s a little disturbing. Apparently, Gates was performing in Flint, Mich. on Sunday (March 29), when suddenly a few girls started grabbing his arm. It’s hard to see, but it looks like the “I Don’t Get Tired” rhymer got tired of them tugging on him and he went berzerk.
Gates goes after one of them and we see a large commotion as security guards swoop in to break up the fight. If you look on the far right corner, you see one woman with a huge purse joyously dancing as the fight rages on.
Shockingly, later in the show, Gates tussles with another female concertgoer, this time it’s on the side of the stage. It looks as if the rapper throws a quick elbow and continues to rock the mic.
It’s bad enough you have fans attacking rappers and throwing water at them, now you have female fans duking it out with rappers while they are performing. When will this end?
TIDAL, the artist-owned high-fidelity streaming service, debuted today with a bang. Following this afternoon’s declaration signing — which saw the company’s principal owners including Jay Z, Arcade Fire’s Win Butler and Régine Chassagne, Kanye West, Jack White, and Daft Punk together on one stage — TIDAL has now unveiled a bevy of exclusive releases for its initial subscribers.
It will allow users to stream the music service’s 30 million songs and 1.5 billion playlists through a dedicated app. On PS4, it also allows music playback while playing games.
PS4 and PS3 users can also use the Spotify iOS or Android app to control music on a console, allowing them to select playlists, skip songs, adjust volume and more.
A PlayStation Plus subscription is not required to use the app, and both Free and Premium accounts are supported.
The girl group have teamed up with Kid Ink for new single ‘Worth It’, which has been lifted from their recent debut album Reflection.
The accompanying music video sees the five-piece in various roles of power, while dancing in front of information boards from the Stock Exchange.
‘Worth It’ was produced by renowned hit-makers Stargate and serves as the follow-up to Fifth Harmony’s recent singles ‘Sledgehammer’ and ‘Bo$ $ ‘.
The X Factor USA finalists released their first collection Reflection back in February. It peaked at number five on the US Billboard 200 chart.
Jamie Foxx wasn’t that great of a host at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards. The jokes were stale and the scriptwriting was pretty generic in every award presentation or monologue that took place during the show. However, the night wasn’t a complete loss for Foxx, though; he did put on a solid performance of “You Changed Me” with Chris Brown.
The actor-turned-singer started off with some piano balladry, showing that his singing pipes were still intact despite sticking with his acting career as of late. The tempo turned up within a few seconds. The crowd was rocking with the fedora-wearing host before a lip-synching Brown kept up the excitement. It was a high point, albeit not near as high as Rihanna coming through in a chopper.
After focusing on acting for the past few years, Foxx is getting ready to release a new album (currently untitled) on May 19.
See 2015 iHeart Radio Music Awards Red Carpet