Country star Morgan Wallen made it clear he did not appreciate it when a fan threw a boot that hit him in the chest during his concert in Missouri.
The 30-year-old country singer stopped in St. Louis on July 7 as part of his One Night at a Time World Tour. A clip on TikTok showed the “Whiskey Glasses” hitmaker stop during the show to reach down and take a hat from an audience member to autograph.
The video showed a sparkly boot suddenly hit him square in the chest as he was signing the hat.
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He handed the hat back and looks over to the area of the crowd where the boot came from. Wallen then walked over to the boot, picked it up, and, instead of throwing it back to the side where it was thrown, launched it all the way to the other side of the arena.
In March, Wallen got upset with fans after someone tossed a beer can at him while he was performing, The Messenger noted. He stopped the show and asked concert goers where it came from before saying, “Go ahead, one of y’all own up to it, and I’ll kick your whole f***ing group out. Go ahead and say, ‘I did it.’”
Singers from around the world have been getting hit with objects during concerts recently. On Saturday, Harry Styles was hit in the head again during a show in Vienna, CNN reported.
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Last year, Styles was hit with various objects several times during his “Love on Tour” shows. In November 2022, the singer was struck in the eye with Skittles candy and spent the rest of the show rinsing his eyes with water.
Singer Bebe Rexha was recently struck in the face by a cell phone while performing in New York City. She later posted a video showing her injury, but made clear she was “good.”
Pink was recently performing at the British Summer Time Festival at Hyde Park in London when someone allegedly tossed a bag of cremated remains on the stage in front of her.
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