Singer threatens to walk offstage in Lima
Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose threatened to walk offstage during a recent gig in Peru.
The star stopped their performance in Lima and told fans through an interpreter he would leave after they threw objects at him.
Watch video footage of the incident below.
“If you wanna throw shit, we will leave,” he said. “We would like to stay and have fun with you for a long time tonight. So we’re gonna have fun? Let’s try that again.”
Fans were made to wait over an hour into the early hours of Friday morning (March 26) for the band after support act, former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach, finished his set at 11pm.
During the concert, Guns N’ Roses played tracks from ‘Chinese Democracy’, including the title track, alongside their classic singles ‘Welcome To The Jungle’, ‘You Could Be Mine’ and ‘Patience’.
The incident happened after court papers were issued by Rose’s ex-manager Irving Azoff, who is planning to sue the star for $2 million (£1.3 million) over earnings.