During a stop on Blueface’s Find The Beat Tour, things got a little dicey. Monday night (Oct. 28) the “Thotiana” rapper was performing at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, CA when several members of the audience became engaged in a fistfight.
According to TMZ, Blueface was performing “Shotta Flow” when the brawl interrupted his set. In a video obtained by the news outlet, fans can be seen throwing punches, and even a trash can, at one another.
The Los Angeles-bred rapper attempted to jump into the action, stepping down from the stage and into the crowd, where the fight was erupting. However, his security quickly yanked him to safety, carrying him out of the club.
The Catalyst’s security were finally able to calm the crowd down enough to let them know that the concert was immediately canceled and that Blueface had left the building. The audience seemed upset by this and the fight continued.
“Music’s over, show’s over, we’re done,” a security guard told the crowd. “Blueface has left the building. That’s it. Go home please.”
Footage from outside the club showed that police were called to investigate the incident. However, TMZ reports that there has been no further news on arrests or injuries surrounding the fight.
Blueface’s tour is in support of his forthcoming album, Find The Beat. The 12-track project will follow up his Dirt Bag EP, which he released earlier this year, and will include features from Gunna, Lil Baby, DaBaby, Ambjaay, Stunna4Vegas, NLE Choppa, Jeremih and YBN Nahmir. Although the LP hasn’t been given an official release date yet, Blueface has called it the “album of the year.”
Most recently, Blueface shared “First Class” featuring Gunna and “Close Up” featuring Jeremih from the album, including videos for both. His Dirt Bag EP featured Offset, Rich The Kid, Lil Pump, The Game, and Mozzy.
Watch the full video below.