The incident occurred at the rapper's album launch party for 'Mr Wonderful'
New York rapper Action Bronson has been filmed throwing a fan off the stage at his recent hometown gig.
The Queens native played an album launch show at New York’s Terminal 5 last night (March 24) to celebrate the release of his new album ‘Mr Wonderful’.
In the video, Bronson is seen walking towards a stage-invading fan before proceeding to throw him into the crowd and continue rapping his track ‘Amadu Diablo’. Watch below.
This isn’t the first time Bronson has been involved in an incident with a fan. In 2013, he gave a fan an onstage telling off during a gig in Bloomington, Indiana.
Speaking about his new record to NME last year, Action Bronson commented: “The album is sounding incredible. The whole album is a standout. I don’t care about individual songs, I’m trying to make a complete, classic project. I just do my music uninfluenced by anybody else, or current trends, and it comes together at the end. Nothing needs to have a fucking theme all the time. This is just rap. I’m not trying to make people think I’m some sort of scientific wizard or inspirational poet. Fuck that! It’s just happy, funny, rugged, rough rap.”
Bronson was in the news recently after losing a game of celebrity ping-pong with Justin Bieber. The game took part during the All-Star Ping Pong Tournament, a charity event that raised funds for the American Table Tennis Youth Organisation.
Taking to Twitter after the game, Bronson posted: “Just got washed in ping pong by @justinbieber …. Smh”.